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April Give-Away 2018

April Give-Away 2018

It’s time for our April Give-Away!  Dr Karyl McBride, Ph.D, author of Will I Ever Be Free of You? has generously donated two autographed copies of her book, one of which will be kept in our Library and the other will be given away in a lucky draw. To enter the draw, please click the […]

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Why Alcoholism Causes Divorce

Why Alcoholism Causes Divorce

Effects of Alcoholism on Families: Many people call alcoholism a family disease. Alcohol addiction does tend to run in families, but that’s not why it’s called a family disease. It has that reputation because one person’s addiction to alcohol affects the entire family. .. Alcoholism causes physical and emotional health problems. The person with alcohol […]

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The Drama of the Alienated Child (1)

The Drama of the Alienated Child (1)

What happens to alienated children is a malfunctioning of what could and should be empathic attunement to the individual needs and feelings of a child. It is a disruption of the child’s right to grow to feel their own feelings and an imposition of adult responses to the world onto a vulnerable, virtually helpless being. […]

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Divorce by Occupation

Divorce by Occupation

A recent study using data from a 2015 American community survey, revealed statistics about the relation between different occupations and the divorce rate. Some jobs do have higher divorce rates than others. Although people tend to stay single longer and marry later in life or not at all, the divorce rate remains high all over […]

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12 Reasons NOT to Change Your Last Name After Divorce

12 Reasons NOT to Change Your Last Name After Divorce

Traditionally, women used to take their husbands’ last names when they got married and children born from these unions, got the father’s last name. In certain parts of the world it has been customary for generations to use both parents’ last names in hyphenated form for children.   Another growing trend is for women to […]

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