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Divorce – How to Avoid Destroying Your Kids!

Divorce – How to Avoid Destroying Your Kids!

Resolutions, new beginnings, second chances, promises realized…. This is what many think of as the New Year begins. Yet, January is also the beginning of “Divorce Season,” (which runs through, and peaks, in March) with the number of Google searches for “divorce” the highest in this first month of the year.  So, for some, the New Year will begin with…read more →

DivorceTown® Help & Hope Seminar / Child-Centered Divorce

DivorceTown® Help & Hope Seminar / Child-Centered Divorce

The DivorceTown® Help and Hope Seminar In Conjunction with International Child-Centered Divorce Month …Receive Emotional, Legal & Financial Support ~ With Special Emphasis on the Children Friday, January 26, 2018: 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM Olive Garden 2467 Cobb Parkway SE Smyrna, GA 30080 LUNCH IS INCLUDED with your ticket purchase Join us as we shine the spotlight on better ways to…read more →

Celebrating a Milestone with YOU!

Celebrating a Milestone with YOU!

It is with great honor that we have just published our Ezine’s 100th issue!  Back in 2008, when Divorce Line began, I could not have known the impact this newsletter would have on so many people’s lives.  Thank you to our loyal subscribers over all these years. There is much I have learned since our humble beginnings many years ago.  Here…read more →

Divorce and Kids: an Interview with Rosalind Sedacca

Join me as we commemorate International Child-Centered Divorce Month as I interview Rosalind Sedacca, Founder of Child-Centered Divorce Network for parents, a Divorce & Parenting Coach and author of several books including How Do I Tell the Kids About the Divorce. Rosalind guides parents who are contemplating divorce, moving through divorce or transitioning after divorce to better protect the well-being…read more →

10 Back-to-School Co-Parenting Tips

Children, as much as possible, should be spared from the burden of dealing with the issues of their parent’s divorce.  Juggling school and getting kids to after school activities can be very challenging for all parents, but especially so for divorced parents. Read and heed these back to school tips to prevent your child from suffering the negative consequences of…read more →