The Post-divorce Relationship

The post- divorce period is typically a time of mourning the loss of a relationship that at one point felt really right and was expected to last for the rest of life. In many ways it is worse than a death because the possibility of relationship is still present,...

How to Keep Your Marriage Alive and Avoid a Divorce

When something is on your mind, find a time to discuss it calmly, with the goal of a constructive, problem-solving conversation. Long-term relationships’ disagreements look different because they are often sprinkled with humor and affection. This is one of the keys to a long-term happy relationship.

The Value of Curiosity – Especially in Divorce

When you stay open to the possibility that you do not necessarily know what your partner will say or do and you monitor your assumptions about them, you may be able to maintain a channel of communication that is less fraught with argument and disappointment.  You may still not like what he or she is wanting, but you will at least not like it from the standpoint of knowing that it is what they are actually want.

My Spouse Won’t Agree to Divorce. What Can I Do?

This blog is a re-post of one of Ann Gold Buscho, Ph.D.’s recent blogs that she uploaded to her website at https://drannbuscho.com.  Dr. Buscho is a nationally recognized author and a blogger at Psychology Today.  Please read on for Dr. Buscho’s important tips to deal...