Conscious Uncoupling, Conscious Dating, Conscious Living

May 19, 2020

Human kindness should be the rule for any personal interaction – even if the person turns out to not be your dream-come-true. Why isn’t this the automatic state for all of us?

The Effect of Divorce on Adolescent-Parent Communication

May 5, 2020

research reveals that children often unconsciously learn how to have relationships based on the relationship they have with their opposite sex parent. So if a daughter has trouble talking with her dad post-divorce, this can have immense repercussions on a variety of levels.

Spoiling Children

April 21, 2020

I’ve always recoiled at the phrase “spoiling children.” If you think about it, to spoil a food, it must sit out unattended for so long that it is no longer edible. So what, then, does it truly mean to spoil a child? Everybody’s definition of spoiling is different. For some, it’s too many “things” –… more

Celebrating My Mother’s Bat Mitzvah at Age 80

April 7, 2020

Recently my mother, who is 80, celebrated her bat mitzvah. This reminded me that it’s never too late to do something that matters to you.

Navigating Divorce During the Coronavirus Crisis

March 24, 2020

It is our hope that during these times, co-parents will come together for the health and safety of their children.

What I Learned About Relationships From the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

March 11, 2020

It’s not often you get sucked into a TV show set in the 1950s where the main character leaves her husband and children to focus on her own career. But that’s one of the main story lines in the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Prime Video’s wildly popular show that premiered March 17, 2017 and recently released its third season. … more

The Key to Successful Co-Parenting

February 26, 2020

Parenting in its ideal form should be about creating a joyful childhood for your offspring, plain and simple. That way, they have a solid foundation from which to spring into adulthood and become high-functioning, happy contributors to our world.

Who You Know Always Matters

February 12, 2020

The value of networking cannot be underestimated. Whether you’re working for someone else, trying to grow in an area of your career or industry, or contemplating going out on your own, networking is very valuable. First, because networking leads to building new relationships. And relationships are everything. There is always something that somebody else can… more

Letting Go of Perfection

January 29, 2020

No marriage is perfect. That’s the honest truth. And so, by transitive deduction, we must admit that no divorce is perfect, either.

Welcome to a New Decade

January 1, 2020

Happy New Year! It’s 2020, not only a new year, but a new decade!! And with this change of the calendar, hopefully it’s a new YOU.