Should I Stay or Should I Go? Questions to Consider When Thinking About Separation or Divorce.

Celia met Dan, her husband of 40 years, when they were freshmen in high school.  They dated exclusively through high school and married right after graduation.  He went to the local community college for accounting and she worked two jobs to help with his tuition and pay the bills.  By the time they had been [...]

October 6th, 2017|

Holidays and the “Gray Divorce”: Ten Tips for Navigating New Terrain

Regardless of our faith and what holidays we celebrate, holiday preparation and celebration can frequently make us feel more stressed than mellow and more sad than joyful. Did you ever wonder why?  The media makes a big deal out of holidays—both the “real” ones and the made-up ones and, perhaps, creates an image it can [...]

December 15th, 2016|

The “Gray Divorce” Phenomena: Tips for Coping with Divorce after 50

While the divorce rate in the U.S. for couples overall has declined in the past 20 years, the divorce rate for couples over 50, also known as "gray divorce" has more than doubled, according to the Centers for Disease control and Prevention. Why is this? How can marriage that has endured 30, 40, or even [...]

January 24th, 2016|

Finding an Effective Life Coach

A question I am often asked is "How do I find the best coach for me?". For any of you who have searched for a life coach or a therapist, it can be very hard to make a decision. There are many qualified people who offer coaching, and there are just as many who are [...]

November 10th, 2015|