Why I Wrote Protecting Children…
08/01/18

follow My book is launching this month, and I couldn’t be more excited! I’d like to take a moment to share the introduction of the book […]

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Protecting Children: Bettering the World One Child at a Time
07/09/18

enter I’m very proud of my soon to be released book, Protecting Children: Bettering the World One Child at a Time. My publisher asked me to […]

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How Divorced Parents Can Juggle Kids Over the Summer
06/09/18

http://bluebonnetherbfarms.com/they-all-fucked-me Kids look forward to a summer break from school, but for divorced parents it can be a time of stress and conflict. Below are some […]

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Tips for Divorced Parents Paying for Children’s College Education
05/18/18

I recently came across an article identifying tips on how divorced parents can handle paying for their children’s college education. A recent statistic from the […]

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Making Children a Priority During Divorce
04/20/18

In my practice, I’ve met hundreds of parents who are considering divorce. Thankfully, in most of the cases, these parents are concerned about their children’s […]

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National Child Abuse Prevention Month 2018
03/30/18

What You Can Do if You Suspect Child Abuse With April quickly approaching, so is National Child Abuse Prevention Month.  As I emphasize all year […]

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Why Spanking is Never the Right Choice
02/28/18

I have been a passionate advocate of alternative disciplinary methods for years now, because I have seen the effects firsthand of how corporal punishment can […]

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New Illinois Law Places a Priority on Pets in 2018 Divorce Cases
01/10/18

As of January 1, 2018, custody of pets in divorce cases will now be given more careful consideration by judges. Previously, pets had been treated […]

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It’s Never Too Early to Begin Preparing for the Holiday Season, Especially for Divorced Families
09/20/17

One of the most difficult times of the year for divorced or divorcing families is the holiday season. The holidays are about spending time with […]

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Back-to-School Tips for Divorced Parents: It’s Not Too Soon to do Your Homework and Make a Game Plan
07/26/17

Transitions are always difficult for divorced families, as new schedules and obligations can disrupt mutually agreed-upon rules and practices. Just like summer break, the start […]

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