“It’s good to talk to someone.” Blah, blah, blah, right? But there are good reasons to consider therapy during divorce.
Finding answers about divorce is not always easy. Often, it requires phone calls and meetings with multiple professionals. Now women can gather these responses all at once – at a monthly divorce workshop in Raleigh called Second Saturday Wake County.
After divorce, your friends and family may encourage you to return to the dating scene. But it may take time before you’re ready to date after divorce.
One of the Second Saturday divorce workshop therapists answers a tough question: How do we go about co-parenting?
At our divorce workshop, a therapist discusses the emotional side of divorce. Here are some common Q&As, including how to protect children during divorce.
Going through divorce isn’t easy. Here is a list of resources to provide you with more support.
If they have become your family, it may come as a shock to find out they de-friended you on Facebook and no longer take your calls. Here is how to cope with the awkwardness that may follow:
After the divorce papers are signed, rebuilding your self-esteem is the start of the first chapter in your new life. Here’s how to regain it.
Divorce may leave you questioning your identity, your future. Here are some ways to cope with emotional upheaval.
In many of the cases that have not resolved in mediation, clients, too often, do not appear to have been prepared for the process of mediation and/or the finality of settlement, and/or the attorneys seem not to have an adequate handle on the facts and applicable law in the case.