Every week, we get a text or email from someone using CaseKeepers to create custody logs. "I'm going through a divorce and custody battle and I have been really confused and hurt. How do I deal with everything?" Divorces are painful. Woman's Divorce.com, "They trigger all kinds of emotional pain and unsettling feelings. It totally … Continue reading It Hurts So Much: Managing the Stress of a Custody Battle
We all find ourselves looking for love. From the time that we are born, we seek connection with others whether it be spouses, friends or family. What is it that we are really seeking? We want to be seen One of the most meaningful things anyone can ever say to us is “I see you.” … Continue reading Looking for love. What are you looking for?
Are you saying things to your significant other that promote or kill communication?
How would you solve these co-parenting conflicts?
Steps to help divorcing women recover and move on with their lives.
Lessons I give my patients on how to successfully co-parent after a divorce.
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The New Yorker, May 10, 2020 “When will all this be over and we return to normal”? The experts predict that life will return to normal only after a vaccine and antibody testing are readily available. The forecasts range from this fall to 18 months from now. Until then, as the world reopens we will … Continue reading Predicting the Coronavirus New Normal
Please consider supporting Dry Bones: Donate In my previous blog, I described that many of us are experiencing a lot of feelings as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and the lockdown. I suggested creating plans with contingencies to help manage the anxiety. Your mission in the next phase of the pandemic is to (a) … Continue reading Reopening from Lockdown, and Staying Calm
Tips for staying connected and teaching your clients' to manage their anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic using digital therapy.