Tag Archives: healing process

December 9, 2014

The Power of Acceptance in Divorce

I find that what my clients want most is to return to a happy, peaceful life. Divorce is a place of upheaval with many unknowns. Will my kids be okay? Where will I live? Will I be able to make Continue reading…

September 23, 2014

Setting Fitness Goals Post-Divorce

Categories: DivorceMental Health

It may be hard to believe, but 2014 is two-thirds of the way over. Did you set a new year’s goal that you have long forgotten about? Now is as good of time as any to set a new goal Continue reading…

September 8, 2014

Being a Good Friend to Someone Going Through a Divorce

Categories: Divorce

It seems it’s nearly inevitable that at some point we all have a friend going through a divorce. The support we offer during that trying time can often set the precedence of the friendship going forward. The same holds true Continue reading…

August 19, 2014

Trusting in “Everything Happens for a Reason”

Categories: Divorce

Recently Daisy Camp received a letter from a 2007 Daisy Camp graduate, Karen. We appreciate hearing divorce success stories and thought Karen’s is a great one to share as proof that, “everything happens for a reason.” Even in your darkest Continue reading…

August 14, 2014

Celebrating Children’s Milestones After Divorce

Perhaps the most important advice I can give someone going through a divorce is to keep the long view in mind. Although it is easy to be swamped by the immediate emotions, the years after the divorce are where you Continue reading…

July 10, 2014

Finding Love in Your Divorce

I recently attended a symposium about divorce entitled, “What’s Love Got to Do With It?” At first glance you might wonder whether we had anything to talk about. What do love and divorce have in common? Isn’t divorce the result Continue reading…

July 8, 2014

Co-Parenting and the Modern Blended Family

Becoming friends with your ex? Or even friends with your ex’s new boyfriend/girlfriend? Do these friendships sound impossible to attain? Perhaps there is something to be learned from the infamous Tiger and Elin Woods’ divorce. Elin recently went on vacation Continue reading…

June 27, 2014

The Power of Canine Healing and Divorce

Dogs have long been known for their ability to have healing effects on the sick, but did you know that adopting a dog while going through the divorce process can provide another wonderful form of therapy? Whether getting a new Continue reading…

May 14, 2014

The Great Mandala

Sometimes Life’s lessons are subtle and elusive.  Other times, they’re less so. In mid-March, my granddaughter arrived “in the usual way”, big dark eyes and a head full of dark hair that had all the nurses exclaiming.  My stepson was Continue reading…

May 9, 2014

3 Ways to Deal With Stress During a Divorce

Categories: DivorceMental HealthSeparation

Divorce is one of life’s most stressful events. In fact, research shows that ending a marriage is second only to the death of a spouse as a predictor of illness. So in order to stay healthy, it makes sense to Continue reading…