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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 | 1 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 […]

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Play Therapy – A Parent’s Guide

Play Therapy – A Parent’s Guide

What is play therapy? Play therapy is individual intervention, which means the child has their own private space and someone who is there just for them. It offers the opportunity to work through difficulties through play, as well as talking. In using play, one engages the natural means through which children learn and express many […]

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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 . […]

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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: . Mental Dishonesty in Divorce Parental Alienation Parental Alienation – A Measuring Tool Love Languages to Help Your Child Through Divorce 25 Signs of Emotional […]

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Naked Divorce South Africa 7 March 2017

Naked Divorce South Africa 7 March 2017

FREE Divorce Webinar with Adele Theron More than 1350 participants with a 97% success rate to date Register In this special launch webinar you will learn: Why divorce is such a difficult trauma to heal from What steps to take for healing What you can do in the next 30 days to get over your divorce […]

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Get a Second Opinion

Get a Second Opinion

You’re probably angry, disappointed, sad, frustrated, anxious and exhausted about the whole divorce thing. To make matters worse, it is difficult to concentrate on your work or focus on your responsibilities. Yes, I know what you’re going through every day, because I’ve been there myself. . I want to offer you a solution to your unique problems! With […]

22nd November 2016 | By More
In-laws to Outlaws

In-laws to Outlaws

When you get divorced, do you have to “divorce” your spouse’s friends and family – and vice-versa? Read some great tips for the divorcing couple and their families.     When Erica met Michael, she thought she’d died and gone to heaven. He was handsome, charming, and successful, and he loved her. To put the […]

12th June 2016 | By More
Bistro near Pretoria High Court

Bistro near Pretoria High Court

Whether we are spending time in a Court of Law to fight divorce battles or simply going through the formalities of a settlement, it remains stressful and tiring. We might need to take a break between arguments, catch our breath after an emotionally charged encounter, re-group with our legal team or have a quick meal to keep […]

25th April 2016 | By More
Is Your Family Making Your Divorce Worse?

Is Your Family Making Your Divorce Worse?

How is your family affecting your divorce – in a positive or negative way? This is a fictional account of two marriages that explores how the behaviour of families can affect the experience of divorce. Sheila and Carrie have been friends since grade school. Many of the events in each of their lives were similar. […]

4th January 2016 | By More