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Can a spiritual mindset help your children through divorce?

Posted on September 21st, 2018 Mindset for Children going through Divorce

This article is courtesy of my good friend Louis Weinstock… A highly respected transpersonal child and family psychotherapist with 17 years experience who tackles some great points in this exclusive article he has kindly produced for you and for us… In my clinical work with divorced or divorcing families, there is one thing I’ve learned for […]

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The big secret to getting over divorce fast

Posted on January 11th, 2018

Ever notice how when you focus on something with intention, intensity and full concentration it gets done quicker? This is why classroom trainings over a few days are more effective than distance learning over six months. When you take your time, sometimes you focus on the subject and sometimes you don’t, so ultimately getting the […]

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A Tale of Two Singletons: Part Two – Let Down Your Long Hair

Posted on April 9th, 2016

This is the second part of a two-part series. To read the first part, click here. The other eternally single friend In my last post, I talked about one kind of eternally single friend that we all seem to have: the type who we know is awesome, isn’t shy about meeting people and always seems […]

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Tantrum Club News Article!

Posted on April 9th, 2016

Check out the latest article about Tantrum Club below!

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You Are Not Your Emotions – Have negative emotions from your breakup got you trapped in a downward spiral?

Posted on September 2nd, 2015

Have negative emotions from your breakup got you trapped in a downward spiral? People tend to define themselves (and others) by their emotions. He’s an angry man. She’s such a happy child. She’s a jealous girlfriend. What a cry-baby. But your emotions aren’t your identity, or even your personality. They’re chemicals that our body releases in response to physical stimuli, thoughts […]

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Accept What You Can’t Change, Change What You Can’t Accept

Posted on August 19th, 2015

How much time did you waste in your last relationship hoping your partner would change? How much time did you waste complaining about the situation — but doing nothing about it? Perhaps you stayed with your ex for far longer than you should have done, just willing things to get better. Perhaps you’re angry with yourself, […]

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How To Cope With Rejection Without Getting Crushed during your divorce

Posted on August 12th, 2015

It’s over No matter how secure and confident you thought you were, hearing the person you love(d) say that they no longer want to be with you is a shattering experience. Even if you feel the same way, rejection is still hard to bear. Another person has just told you that they’d prefer not to be […]

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Give Yourself And Your Kids A Break: You Can’t Be Happy All The Time

Posted on August 6th, 2015

The social media showcase When you picked up your phone this morning, what was the first thing you did? Did you have a quick skim through Facebook or Instagram? Take a sneaky peak at who “liked” that photo of you out having fun? Did you feel your mood sagging slightly if no one noticed – or get […]

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Are You Using Your Kids As an (Emotional) Human Shield?

Posted on July 10th, 2015

I’m sure I don’t have to tell you that trash-talking the “other” parent is hurtful to your kids. I don’t have to tell you that fighting and hurling insults at each in front of them will cause them distress. I probably don’t even have to tell you that kids naturally blame themselves when their parents break […]

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Things To Never, Ever Say To Someone Going Through A Divorce

Posted on June 9th, 2015

It happens to us all At some point in our lives, most of us will go through a divorce, or at least a very painful breakup. Most of us will also experience being a shoulder to cry on when it happens to someone we love. So when someone close to you tells you they are […]

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