Child Custody – Are you putting your children first? By Rosalind Sedacca, CCT

When facing divorce as a parent child-custody issues can become quite challenging and emotions regarding divorce-related issues can easily become charged. I recently came upon an article about proposed changes to child custody legislation pending in some states. An investigative committee was being formed to consider whether “shared parenting may be the best custodial situation […]

Divorced Parents: What to do when kids refuse visitation – by Rosalind Sedacca, CCT

At the Dads Divorce website someone asked a question about what to do when kids refuse visitation. I thought this topic had value for every parent dealing with custody issues. In response, an attorney at Cordell & Cordell said: “Most states have adopted parenting time guidelines to guide parents in resolving parenting time problems without […]

Summer Break Survivor

So you think courts specialise in finding the truth? Nothing could be further from the real role of the courts, which is to find a winner, not necessarily a truth teller. That is especially so in the family court system, when it is your relationship, and the ending of your relationship that is under scrutiny, […]

Do I visit Mum or Dad on Christmas Day? Or do I just stay away?

Christmas is either a celebration or not, it seems. One of the reasons it is not a celebration for many people is cultural irrelevance, but for others, it is often a time of bad memories, and gets the blame as the reason families fall out. We think it is safe to say that the seeds […]

Help! I think we need a psychologist in our collaborative divorce

Many moons ago, when Helen and Allen had just met, they took a trip through outback Australia. They had both been working too hard, for too long, without a break from their jobs in the money market. They were high flyers, they had cash to burn, and were both considerable risk takers in all things. […]

“Breaking Up Without Breaking Down”

Is your marriage or relationship ending, or has it ended? Are you feeling hurt and angry? If that is what you are going through, the idea of a Good Divorce or a Kind Divorce might sound impossible. Maybe you don’t feel good or kind yourself right now? Maybe you don’t trust your partner or spouse to be good or kind? You might […]

Divorce and the “Let It Go” T-Shirt

Someone once gave me a T-Shirt with the logo “Let it Go”; I wasn’t sure how to take it. I had a “Who me?” moment or two. But even without my T-shirt experience, I am reluctant to talk to people who are going through the crisis of separation about “letting go” of anything, so I […]

Letting It Go: (Not Quite an Ode to FaceBook).

I thought I would share a conversation from a coaching meeting with a client today. We were talking about a great post we had both seen recently on Face Book from The Power of Positivity, about Ten things to let go of to be happy: “”. My client, let’s call him Jim, said that he […]

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