Tag Archives: Divorce

Women and Divorce: Dealing with Doubts

When going through a divorce there are bound to be days when you have doubts about your decision; whether you can make it on your own, about the children, about living single, about finances. Thoughts of reconciliation may occur as you travel along this path. Sometimes reconciliation can work; however, without couples therapy and lots […]

How Does Your Garden Grow?

Back in January, I impatiently began scrutinizing my garden for signs of life. Then with the run of warm weather a few weeks ago, the perennials seemed poised for a head start, determined to poke through the soil. As I rejoice in these first green sprouts, I am aware I am only seeing the outcome […]

Sudden Divorce Syndrome: Reality or Myth?

  This Post originally appeared last month on the Ohio Law Blog. Thanks to Atty. Mues for this thought provoking and fun collaboration. To read more of Atty. Mues’ blog please click here. I am pleased that Donna Ferber, a psychotherapist and a frequent contributor to the Ohio Family Law Blog has agreed to co-author […]

Is There Such a Thing as a Good Divorce?

        Imagine a marriage where both parties are unhappy and bickering all the time. Their values and goals are different. There is no chemistry between them. The children are exposed to awkward silences and all-out battles. There may be emotional, verbal or physical abuse. Everyone in the family is miserable. Should this couple stay […]