Identifying Resilience in Children of Divorce

For children of divorce, the key is time. Whether the changes to their routine are major or minor, how much time passes between occurrences can determine how they adjust. Between the conflict between parents and the possible moving that may occur, children have a lot

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Understanding Bipolar Disorder and Divorce

The highs of a relationship can be great. Anyone who has ever been in a functioning and happy relationship knows the satisfaction of experiencing a mutually beneficial bond between two individuals in love. On the same token, the lows of a relationship can be devastating.

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Making Your Home After a Divorce

After a divorce, ex-spouses are forced to create their own living arrangements, and whether it is a house, an apartment, or a trailer, individuals who have experienced divorce are now given the task of making this environment exclusively their home. Part of what many men

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Men’s Divorce Podcast: Understanding Mental Health

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Each month, the Cordell & Cordell Men’s Divorce Podcast features an in-depth discussion on specific issues that affect men going through divorce.  This month, Cordell & Cordell Managing Partner/CEO Scott Trout is joined by licensed professional counselor Erika Ottolini. They detail the various emotions and struggles

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