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Youth Day Give-Away

Youth Day Give-Away

In lieu of South African Youth Day, which we celebrate on 16 June, we have a very special Give Away for Children. Dr Jillian Roberts, author of Why Do Families Change?  has generously donated two autographed copies of her book, one of which will be kept in our Library and the other will be given […]

15th June 2017 | By More
The Freedom of Divorce

The Freedom of Divorce

Freedom from the Past brings Freedom to build a Future As we were celebrating Freedom Day in South Africa recently, commemorating the transitions our country and its people have gone through over the past 20 odd years, it made me think about the freedom that the transition of divorce brings. Don’t’ get me wrong, I’m […]

3rd May 2017 | By | Reply More
Global Fair Divorce Day – 25 June

Global Fair Divorce Day – 25 June

POST A PHOTO of your left hand wearing something blue to the page, in support of this initiative. See other photos below. Please sign up via the pop-up menu, to receive instructions for posting your photo and also to be notified of the next Global Fair Divorce Day on 25 June 2018. The first Global Fair Divorce […]

29th April 2017 | By | Reply More
Handbooks for Co-Parenting & Parenting Plans

Handbooks for Co-Parenting & Parenting Plans

. April Give-Away – Two Autographed Handbooks on Co-Parenting and Parenting Plans, Exclusive to Fair Divorce Readers . . Karen Bonnell, who is a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals and the Academy of Professional Family Mediators, has more than 30 years’ experience as collaborative divorce coach for families facing the transition of […]

27th April 2017 | By More
Bird’s Nest Co-Parenting

Bird’s Nest Co-Parenting

When Parents Rotate In and Out of the Family Home A “bird’s nest” co-parenting arrangement is one that is uniquely child-centred. Rather than the children having to adapt to the parents’ needs and living in two separate dwellings, they remain in the family home and the parents take turns moving in and out, like birds alighting […]

21st April 2017 | By | Reply More
Reflections on the Past Year with Fair Divorce

Reflections on the Past Year with Fair Divorce

In May 2016, I was interviewed by Woman Online and, what I said a year ago is as true today as it was then. Fair Divorce has grown beyond my expectations and my personal journey has been the most challenging learning curve ever. Below is the conversation: Please introduce yourself and tell us about the path […]

19th April 2017 | By | Reply More
7 Reasons to Become an Entrepreneur after Divorce

7 Reasons to Become an Entrepreneur after Divorce

You’re never too old to start a new venture. Three years ago almost to the day, I returned to work after being a stay-at-home wife and mother for more than a decade. My marriage had abruptly ended about a year earlier, even though looking back I realized our relationship had begun unravelling long before that. […]

31st March 2017 | By | Reply More
Tech Report with SmileFM

Tech Report with SmileFM

The Fair Divorce Platform was featured in an interview with Bobby Brown on SmileFM Radio. Listen to the conversation as Sinta Ebersohn explains her vision for this initiative, in Bobby’s Tech Report: . Compliments and gratitude to Bobby & Lindy for creating such an interactive report! . Make Your Divorce Cordial and Fair Today . […]

29th March 2017 | By | Reply More
Articles by Sinta Ebersohn

Articles by Sinta Ebersohn

Apart from the wealth of information posted on this site since it’s launch, here are links to more than 50 articles written by the creator of this platform, Sinta Ebersohn: Divorce can be Toxic for Childhood Litigational Abuse Dishonesty in Divorce Parental Alienation Letter to my Husband’s First Wife Mother’s Day Tips for Divorced Fathers Father’s Day […]

27th March 2017 | By | Reply More
Divorce Contributes to High School Dropout Rate

Divorce Contributes to High School Dropout Rate

After the experience itself, children of divorce face a lot of difficulties. Their lives can change drastically, and given their age, they do not necessarily have a lot of input on the matter. It’s when they start getting older, their opinions on the matters at hand start surfacing, causing emotional reactions and behaviours. High school […]

24th March 2017 | By | Reply More