Divorce, Surviving Divorce

How to Divorce a Narcissist

By |2022-11-30T15:10:03-08:00November 28th, 2022|Divorce, Contested, Divorce, Narcissists, Divorce, Pets, Divorce, Surviving Divorce, Property Division|

How to Divorce a Narcissist We’ve probably all known at least one narcissistic individual in our lifetime. Unfortunately, some of us need to divorce one. It’s hard to have a deep, meaningful relationship with a narcissist. According to WebMD, narcissism is extreme self-involvement to the degree that it makes a person ignore the

Tips for Successful Co-parenting

By |2019-12-06T16:28:04-08:00March 27th, 2018|Co-Parenting, Divorce, Surviving Divorce, Parenting Plan|

After a divorce, many couples decide on a co-parenting agreement, where each parent maintains shared responsibility for the child's upbringing. Although the child may live primarily with one parent, both parents are very actively involved in the child’s daily life. Co-parenting can be a great solution to the thorny problem of how to ensure that

Is Emotional Abuse Considered Domestic Violence?

By |2020-07-20T18:15:06-07:00December 28th, 2016|Divorce, Surviving Divorce|

On behalf of Law Office of Christina Sherman posted in Domestic Violence on Wednesday, December 28, 2016. Until only recently, emotional abuse was not considered to be Domestic Violence. Thanks to the Family Violence Appellate Project, founded in 2012, victims of Domestic Violence can now seek relief from emotional abusers. Effective January 1, 2015,

Positive and Peaceful Parenting

By |2018-03-27T16:24:48-07:00September 26th, 2016|Divorce, Surviving Divorce|

On behalf of Law Office of Christina Sherman on Monday, September 26, 2016. Learn innovative and effective ways to deal with parenting challenges through group discussions, interactive exercises, and take-home materials This 4 week/8 hour class will provide the skills and knowledge to reduce parent-child discord and increase cooperation, respect and responsibility. The class introduces

On Narcissism

By |2022-11-30T12:32:48-08:00August 10th, 2015|Divorce, Narcissists, Divorce, Surviving Divorce|

Sigmund Freud only published a single paper exclusively devoted to narcissism, "On Narcissism: An Introduction" (Freud, Sigmund, Vienna, 1914). This paper, not surprisingly, is a seminal work on the subject. In it Freud defines narcissism as a perversion as well as a normal and healthy process which can be found in all human development.

The End of the World

By |2018-03-27T16:24:49-07:00July 13th, 2015|Divorce, Surviving Divorce|

The feelings of loss that occur during divorce can be a virtual, psychological hall of mirrors. With childhood experiences of loss and abandonment reflected upon your current situation. Added to this complex overlap of emotion is your children's actual experience of loss and your projection onto them of what you believe they must be feeling.

Against All Odds

By |2018-03-27T16:24:49-07:00June 1st, 2015|Divorce, Contested, Divorce, Surviving Divorce|

On behalf of Law Office of Christina Sherman on Monday, June 1, 2015. The process of separation/divorce is one of the most challenging experiences you can have as an adult. There are few life transitions that rival the sheer emotional intensity and threat level of dissolution. When child alienation is part of the process the

Register for the event, “The Ties that Bind Us: Love and the Law, a Panel Discussion

By |2018-05-11T00:14:32-07:00March 27th, 2015|Divorce, Surviving Divorce, Marital Contracts, Property Division|

On behalf of Law Office of Christina Sherman on Friday, March 27, 2015. About the event: Want to know more about the legal aspects of your relationships, that is, family and estate planning law? Whether you have questions about prenups or postnups or just about how to talk to your sweetie about money, you can

Co-Parenting Interminable

By |2017-06-23T02:44:45-07:00March 25th, 2015|Divorce, Surviving Divorce|

On behalf of Law Office of Christina Sherman on Wednesday, March 25, 2015. By Leo Terbieten MFT Parents know that a child's reaching the age of majority does not absolve them of their responsibility to parent. Naturally, over time the form of relationship one has with their kids will undergo a metamorphosis. The joy, pride

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