Monthly Archives: January 2009

Fisher Rebuilding Divorce Recovery

Take the Fisher Divorce Adjustment Scale at “I FELT THAT DR. FISHER HAD BEEN HIDING IN MY HOUSE AND TAKING NOTES.” That’s an “reader from Scottsdale, Arizona,” commenting on the work of Bruce Fisher, the late therapist from Boulder, Colorado, whose divorce recovery work touched hundreds of thousands of lives. “It’s not surprising,” says […]

Crucial characteristics of lasting love

Take the Fisher Divorce Adjustment Scale at Wonder if your new romance has what it takes to be long term? Dating experts share some top characteristics of lasting love, below. By Dee Anne Merriman First comes that split second of physical attraction. Next, that thrilling feeling of chemistry. But when the veil of romance […]

Does your partner have a work spouse?

By Dr. Karen Sherman Does your significant other have an “Office Spouse?” Don’t worry, it might be good for your marriage. My spouse has an ‘office spouse.’ I know it’s nothing, but it really gets to me. He comes home and tells me about work things and they all involve her. He knows I’m not […]

Bad economy results in fewer divorces

  Take the Fisher Divorce Adjustment Scale at   The recession and economic turmoil is creating a new class of casualties: married couples who can’t afford to get divorced. In these tough times, many people are finding it’s cheaper to stay together, even when they can’t stand each other. “The reason that the economy […]

Parent/child communication – even more vital post-divorce

Take the Fisher Divorce Adjustment Scale at By Rosalind Sedacca, CCT It’s no secret that one of the biggest challenges a parent faces after divorce is staying in good communication with your children. Obviously all parents struggle with communication issues as their children grow, but children who have had their lives dramatically altered by […]