Some might argue that love is essential to our very being as humans. For the most part, we know what love is when we experience it, but how is that so? What is it about love anyway? Is it truly a universal experience and if so, why? Have you ever tried to explain what love is? Read more here.
Divorce is not so uncommon anymore, in fact in 2017 there were more singles than those married in the United States. There’s no question, even the most amicable divorces can be stressful, and those that aren’t can be devastating, both financially and emotionally. When there are children involved, most parents want to act in the best interests of their children. And sadly that also can mean hurt feelings, unnecessary deep divisions within the familial structure as a child has known it and long and expensive custody battles which really serve no one, least of whom, the very child mom and dad are striving to protect. But what if we were to look at divorce where children are concerned as the family construct expanding to include new experiences and opportunities for a child, rather than reinforcing a sense of breaking apart? Read my take here.