Marc Frazier reminds us of how easily marriage and family life can become perfunctory.
Richard is our new favorite customer service guy.
Any reforms must move beyond a focus on administrative processes to acknowledge the lived experiences of child support which can be disguised by formal policy.
Join us in saying congrats to the new dads!
Remember when your birthday or Christmas used to take forever to arrive? Why was that? Simple: you had never experienced a year, and so those early years, when you didn’t know what time was, a year felt like an eternity. Over time, you grasped what the days and minutes added up to, and now Christmas…
Leave the past in the past, and always put the kids first.
Trust and vulnerability are essential for second marriage success. But how do you do that?
Divorce doesn’t just affect younger kids, here’s how it challenges adults as well.
How to see it happening, how to stop it from happening.
Who should raise boys? The schools or the parents? The answer is important.
…It was all meant to be Kids are curious. They want to know what’s in things, under things. How things work. They’ll keep tinkering and toying with something until they get it. Later in life, that can turn into snooping. I’m guilty as charged when it came to snooping. It was how I learned about…
We can never forget that words matter — and using correct and respectful words when talking about families matters.
There were days that they would go hours without food or rest. Yet, they never showed the slightest discomfort in front of us.
Not everyone can handle being at the receiving end of an abusive rant.
Joy Ladin conveys the surreal sense of loss and defamiliarization that accompanies the aftermath of a divorce.
“All happiness or unhappiness solely depends upon the quality of the [person] to which we are attached by love.” Baruch Spinoza