Protecting What You Value Most

Month: October 2020

How divorce affects children’s mental health

A divorce in Texas can be a trying time for parents as well as their children. Yet, many parents neglect to look after their children's mental health during and after separation. Depending on the child's age, the trauma of parents divorcing can manifest in different...

Physical and psychological effects of a gray divorce

Since 1990, divorce rates have doubled for people 50 and older, resulting in “gray” divorces. Increase in age can mean new health conditions, including stress and depression. A dissolution of marriage may make existing physical, mental and emotional ailments worse....

Common causes of disputes between divorced parents

As a divorced parent, you need to learn to co-parent efficiently with your ex. Usually, divorce itself does not trouble children as much as exposure to conflict can. Therefore, it is essential that you and your ex work together with grace. You will disagree about...