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Is Lack of Humility Ruining our Relationships?

Clearly a growing trend, we are discussing “personality disorders” in ways we have not in the past. In just this past year, Psychology Today has run three cover stories on personality disorders. Clients who come to see me are now more educated and familiar with  narcissistic, sociopathic and borderline personality.  More and more, we are […]

After Divorce: What Do I Call Him?

A few divorced women (ok, maybe many of you) can think of a number of less than flattering things to call your former husband. Think of him however you chose, for as long as you chose, but do it in silence. It is well documented how damaging it is for your children to hear you […]

Parallel Parenting: When You and Your Ex Can’t Play Nice

The continued post- divorce acrimony that plays out in the arena of parenting is the probably the most aggravating and stressful part of divorce for all involved. Parents struggle with a sense of wanting to make this transition easy for their children but when left over marital issues continue to play out in the co […]

Parenting with an Uncooperative Ex: A Divorce Lawyer’s Perspective

Atty. Robert “Chip” Mues  This topic is an exceedingly broad one, but I will try to share my insights from the perspective of a practicing family law attorney for the past 34 years.  These suggestions are written in hopes of being practical and helpful (even if they might appear somewhat cynical).  The original idea to write […]