Marriage Divorce and Bipolar Disorder

Marriage (or Deciding to Divorce) When Your Spouse Suffers from Bipolar Disorder According  to the National Institute of Mental Health, 5.7 million adult Americans, or about 2.6% of the U.S. population age 18 and older every year, suffer from bipolar disorder. Of these cases of bipolar disorder, about 82.9% of these persons suffer from “severe” bipolar…

Things to Consider Before Ending Your Marriage

Things to Consider Before Ending Your Marriage: Part II   Marriage is supposed to be for a lifetime- but marriages end every day. Although filing for divorce will be the right thing do for some people, if you can avoid divorce and instead work to improve your current marriage there’s no doubt that you can…

Things to Consider Before Ending Your Marriage

Things to Consider Before Ending Your Marriage: Part I   Marriage is supposed to be for a lifetime- but marriages end every day. Although filing for divorce will be the right thing do for some people, if you can avoid divorce and instead work to improve your current marriage there’s no doubt that you can…

preventing parental alienation

Preventing Parental Alienation: Part II   Parental alienation is when one parent attempts to sabotage or undermine their child’s relationship with the child’s other parent. This can happen through a variety of tactics, including psychological manipulation and gaslighting. Parental alienation is a form of child abuse, and may cause irreparable harm to your relationship with…

preventing parental alienation

Preventing Parental Alienation: Part I   Parental alienation is when one parent attempts to sabotage or undermine their child’s relationship with the child’s other parent. This can happen through a variety of tactics, including psychological manipulation and gaslighting. Parental alienation is a form of child abuse, and may cause irreparable harm to your relationship with…

parental alienation during a California Divorce

Parental Alienation in California Divorces   Picture this scene: A mother or father tucks their child into bed for the night, and informs them that they will not be visiting their other parent this weekend. “Why?” the child wonders aloud; the disappointment evident in their voice. “They are too busy to see you, ” is…

child abuse during a divorce

Child Abuse during a Divorce Perhaps nothing is more regrettable than the fact that many children are abused by their caregivers or parents. According to federal agencies, an estimated that 686,000 children (9.2 per 1,000) were victims of maltreatment. Of these victims, “78% were victims of neglect; 18% of physical abuse; 9% of sexual abuse; and 11%…

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