Monthly Archives: September 2008

Separated & Divorced Parents Bill of Rights

By Rosalind Sedacca, CCT   Today I want focus on the Bill of Rights for Separated and Divorce Parents. Yes, you do have rights! And it’s important to bring this to mind at the outset of a divorce or separation conversation. I found the list on the internet and don’t know who put it together, […]

Five keys to help children thrive through divorce

By Rosalind Sedacc, CCT   No one plans to get divorced. But more than one million children in the U.S. will experience its affects this year alone. Divorce has become a reality in our culture and innocent children are coping with the consequences every day.   The good news is that divorce need not wound […]

Meet Rosalind Sedacca, CCT: The voice of child centered-divorce

  I’m pleased to introduce Rosalind Sedacca, CCT. Rosalind will be a regular contributor to this blog so be sure to check back here each Monday to read her articles. Here’s a brief biography of Rosalind:   Recognized as The Voice of Child-Centered Divorce, Rosalind Sedacca, CCT, is the author of, How Do I Tell […]

The key to wedded bliss? Money matters

  By TARA SIEGEL BERNARD   IF you ask married people why their marriage works, they are probably not going to say it’s because they found their financial soul mate. But if they are lucky, they have. Marrying a person who shares your attitudes about money might just be the smartest financial decision you will […]

Is Restorative Divorce right for you?

  Are you divorced and experiencing frustration, anger and stress in your interactions with your ex, and seeking increased mature communication, understanding and trust? Whether or not your ex is interested in participating in Restorative Divorce, you can learn how you alone have the power to transform the quality of the relationship. Are you in […]

Helping children understand divorce

Helping Children Understand Divorce Kim Leon State Specialist, Human Development and Family Studies Kelly Cole, Extension Associate When parents decide to divorce, they typically have been through a series of events that have led them to this decision. Whether or not children are aware of parents’ decisions depends on many things, including parents’ behaviors and […]

The link between parental divorce and adult depression

A longitudinal study found high levels of depression in women of divorced parents, but not in men. In childhood there had been few behavioural differences between girls from divorced and intact families. Subsequently, there were significant differences in job-changing during early careers, premarital pregnancy, and own marital breakdown. Greater adult depression was not attributable to […]

Divorce: Republicans, democrats differ on what is morally acceptable

by Joseph Carroll Republicans and Democrats view the moral acceptability of a variety of behaviors and actions in significantly different ways, according to Gallup’s annual Values and Beliefs survey. Republicans find the death penalty, buying and wearing fur clothing, and medical testing on animals to be the most acceptable items on the list, while Democrats […]