How to Survive and Thrive Through Divorce by Lisa Herrick, PhD Take heart: there are ways to protect yourself and any children involved, and prepare for more joyful chapters ahead In this Guide about how to survive and thrive through divorce, I explore the answers to questions based on my own experience of living through […]
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As we all know, just because people are rearing a child together does not mean they believe in the same parenting approach, or naturally tend to make similar decisions when talking with, playing with, or disciplining children. Parenting education specialists describe three basic styles of parenting: Permissive parenting: this approach tends to be “laissez-faire”, go-along […]
Podcast – Adults Whose Parents Split: The Invisible Children of Divorce
States Are Making Shared Custody the Default—Could This Be the Arrangement We’ve Been Waiting For? by Natalie Gontcharova, published on October 11, 2022 asserts that “50-50 custody policies can be in the best interest of families. . .” read the article here. Adele D’Ari Ed.D. and I are quoted in the article “with respect to […]
An Update on the Latest Research I joined Kate Scharff during this podcast interview to discuss the latest research on the impact of divorce on kids. Divorcing parents often have lots of questions, including “Is there anything I can do to make sure my divorce doesn’t have a permanent negative impact on my children’s development? […]