Whatever the reason you broke up, you and your ex have a history. Here’s how to heal.
Divorce ought to be a collaborative process with mediation at the core, not a war.
You’re angry, hurt, and overwhelmed. But before you permanently delete these memories, here’s what you should consider.
Divorce ought to be a process of uncoupling and physical separation with legal component, among others.
What if we consider not so much what we WANT in life, but rather what we WANT to GIVE in life and allow our daily lives to revolve around that?
When spouses separate with the intention to divorce, a father not only loses the home and safe haven he proudly provided for his family, he also no longer enjoys the familiar home environment that he inhabited for a long time.
Let us collaborate to build a healthy environment for this family.
One in three people worldwide lives in a blended family. Fair Divorce founder Sinta Ebersohn shares ways to make it a happier experience for all.
If you or your ex-spouse are one of those skeptics, arguing that Father’s Day is just another money-making gimmick, take a moment to read and reflect on these notes.
You do not necessarily have to rely on your ex-spouse to initiate celebrations. Here are some valuable tips.
Finding out your love language can help expedite communication with your child, especially in the difficult time of divorce.
Beware of indulging in the destruction of self-blame
As the father, your ex-spouse (the mother of your children) probably relies on you to initiate celebrations. Here are some valuable tips.
How do you feel about your divorce—are you ready to get on with it or are you resisting the process?
How can anyone with first-hand experience of this dreadful tragedy, advise others to engage in a legal war to divorce?
Hiding assets to avoid sharing fairly during divorce is an unethical and illegal practice, commonly found all over the world.