Deciding To Seek a Virginia Divorce

The decision of whether to divorce your spouse is always going to be an emotional one. Even if marital breakdown has occurred to the point where you don’t have any romantic feelings left for your husband, it can still be difficult.The 2 of you have built a life together and you both will face some…

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Children with Divorced Parents Twice as Likely to Experience Stroke

January 3, 2011 – A recent study out of the University of Toronto indicates that children of divorce might have a higher risk of stroke. The study, referenced by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services looked at a group of older Canadians who grew up in the 1940s and 50s. Participants whose parents…

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Counseling for Children after a Virginia Divorce

When you’re parenting after a Virginia divorce, you may decide to facilitate your child’s emotional healing on your own, by providing him or her with a comforting routine, verbal reassurance, and opportunities to express feelings.It’s important, however, to keep the option of professional counseling open. There are things to consider when contemplating professional counseling for…

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