Divorce Source Radio Episode “Kids Need their Fathers, During and after Divorce”

            Podcast: Play in new window | Download     Originally aired April 15, 2012     Deborah Moskovitch joins us today to discuss the need for fathers to stay involved in their children’s lives, during and after divorce. It is more common for father’s relationships to be thinned out more than mothers. There is limited attention focused on single-parent families where the father is the primary parent. Single-father families Read more [...]

“I Miss My Daddy!” In the Wake of Divorce

By Gretchen Schiller | originally posted in Sassy Single Mom Jul 1, 2012 | “I sad you and Daddy no same house. I want cry. I so sad. I want cry, Mommy. But I can’t. I weally-weally want cry. I try. I try but I can’t. But I weally want to.” ~Ana Lu (Ana Lu said this twice in a five day span.) Last summer Ana Lu and I were at the park with her mini-soul mate, Matthew. It was one of those rare days when they were both super grouchy with one other.  They were so salty. The goofballs Read more [...]

It’s Never Too Late to Have a Good Childhood

      Podcast: Play in new window | Download     Heartwarming, dream come true, and a family reunion.  These are but a few words that ring true, and bring tears of sadness and happiness. Family law attorney Ron Supancic shares his touching and personal story of his parents divorce and subsequent remarriage almost 30 years later; and the profound impact it has had on his life.  This is a first for Ron, as he has never publicly shared his family story, and we were Read more [...]

Children of Divorce Feel Stress and Anxiety

      If you have children who are old enough to know what’s going on, accept the fact that they are also old enough to be really hacked off with the situation too. Children of divorce may well exhibit manifestations of stress and anxiety, just like you and the best thing to do is recognize that when they blow off steam, they aren’t necessarily doing it at you, but at the situation. They also have to cope with changes to their routines and perhaps even their living arrangements Read more [...]