Re-framing Your Perspective During Moments When You Are Hurt

I typically meet new clients at a point in their lives of great pain. They are often coming out of prolonged heartache. Sometimes they are seeing me after great effort

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Divorce: Getting the Documents in Order

Because divorce is an emotional time, the practical parts of it- the gathering of documents and documentation of events- often falls by the wayside. But there are several things you

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As Domestic Violence Awareness Month comes to a close, a new report highlights several challenges faced by victims and families touched by violence. The report indicates that although the rate

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Father’s Rights – A Broward County Father Wins Against Antiquated Law

In what as seen as a victory for father’s rights in the state of Florida, a recent ruling will bring about change. According to a very old law, in the

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Summer Fun Close to Home

School is out for the summer and many of my friends and clients are making fun plans for activities to do with their children. Florida is a state with so

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Camp Gratitude: A Weeklong Camping Trip for Military Families Receives Applications from Florida Families

Camp Gratitude provides a camping experience for military families who may otherwise not be able to afford a summer vacation. The camp, currently in Minnesota, is planning to expand to

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Getting divorced? New tax law could affect your divorce more than you think. https://www.click2houston.com/consumer/new-tax-law-could-mean-bad-news-for-divorcing-couples

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Focus on Family Dynamics: My In-Laws are Suffocating Me!

Very often family conflict begins with something small, or a small behavior that persists over time. Even very kind and generous behaviors can be annoying if they are unwanted gestures.

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Family Time: Getting Back to Nature

It is February in North Florida, and the weather is beautiful: no longer cold, yet still cool before the heat of summer arrives. Now is the perfect time to consider

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