Monthly Archives: December 2008

Divorce or stay Together – a monumental challenge for parents

By Rosalind Sedacca, CCT   This is a tough and controversial subject. There are no right or wrong answers, nor are there any simplistic black and white solutions. I am sharing my own perspective, based on my own life experiences. I welcome you to contribute your own perspective as long as you are respectful of […]

Financial fears and divorce – Five tips for preparing for divorce

Take the Fisher Divorce Adjustment Scale at By Shannon E. Cook Divorce is a challenging life transition on many levels — emotionally, spiritually, and practically. Finances are often a big concern, particularly if there is a disparity in income levels between the two partners. The spouse making less money, or no money, in the […]

Dating 101: Six steps to happily ever after

Take the Fisher Divorce Adjustment Scale at By Marjorie Ingall for Redbook What makes love last a lifetime? Affection? Yep. Respect? Sure. But a great relationship is not just about what you have. It’s about what you do to make a relationship stronger, safer, more caring and committed. Every couple needs to take certain […]

Triangular theory of love

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Not to be confused with Love triangle. The triangular theory of love is a theory of love developed by psychologist Robert Sternberg. The theory characterizes love within the context of interpersonal relationships by three different components: Intimacy – Which encompasses feelings of closeness, connectedness, and bondedness. […]

Divorce and parenting: Teaching valuable life lessons to your children

  By Rosalind Sedacca, CCT   As a divorced parent, what lessons and behaviors are you modeling for your children? The messages you convey will influence your children into adulthood. Here’s valuable advice on leaving a positive imprint on your innocent children.   Bad things can happen to good people. Divorce is a prime example.  […]