In the United States, it is culturally unacceptable (or at the very least, frowned upon) for men to cry. Men who outwardly display too much emotion, especially vulnerable emotions such as sadness or fear, are traditionally viewed as weak and unmasculine. However, the fact is that men are emotional beings too, and men who stuff […]

Children, Divorce, Emotional Health, Relationships

June 15, 2016

Emotional Support For Dads

While no recently engaged or newlywed couple wants to think that their marriage will fail, the divorce rate in the United States continues to hover around 50%. With so much emphasis placed on the division of assets and custody during a divorce, the emotional trauma that divorce brings sometimes gets pushed to the back burner. […]

Divorce, Relationships

January 26, 2016

6 Tips For Coping With Divorce

While no recently engaged or newlywed couple wants to think that their marriage will fail, the divorce rate in the United States continues to hover around 50%. With so much emphasis placed on the division of assets and custody during a divorce, the emotional trauma that divorce brings sometimes gets pushed to the back burner. […]

Divorce, Relationships

January 26, 2016

6 Tips For Coping With Divorce