Divorced Parent to Parent Transfers: How to Minimize Stress for Your Child – Written by Susan Boyan LMFT, Director of the Cooperative Parenting Institute

For children of divorce moving between homes is stressful enough without the transfers themselves being upsetting.  There are many ways in which parents can turn simple transfers into real nightmares.  If your transfers are unnecessarily stressful following these tips for minimizing your child’s parent-to-parent transfer: …

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Guide to Step-parenting & Blended Families/How to Bond with Stepchildren and Deal with Stepfamily Issues – Written by Gina Kemp, M.A., Jeanne Segal, Ph.D., and Lawrence Robinson

When families “blend” to create stepfamilies, things rarely progress smoothly. Some children may resist changes, while parents can become frustrated when the new family doesn’t function like their previous family. While changes to family structure require adjustment time for everyone involved, these guidelines can help…

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How to Identify, Treat, and Prevent Credit Card Addiction – Written by Ellen Gans

Let’s cut to the chase: compulsive shopping and credit card addiction are genuine problems, and they’re more common than you may think. If you suspect that you suffer from a compulsive shopping and/or credit card addiction, it’s important that you understand two things: You are…

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