The Adolescent Brain - Breaking Myths

What makes adolescence tick?

Is this the $3 million dollar question? With new research into brain development, this question may not be as perplexing as it sounds.

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Dealing With Guilt

Rule 1: Don't be too hard on yourself

It is important that you develop realistic views of the world that will help you to deal with guilt. You can either hold a view that renders you vulnerable to guilt, or the healthy alternative whereby you believe that you are as important and as fallible as others.

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The Cycle of Grief - Separation and Divorce

Separation and Emotions

Emotions experienced before, during and after separation are those of grief at losing the family unit as we know it. A range of emotions can surface in any order, at any time, for different periods. Everyone experiences grief differently.

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Parenting Plan Checklist

What 'shared parental responsibility' means

Shared parental responsibility is taken seriously by the courts and has nothing to do with how much time the child/ren spend with each parent.

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Men and Separation

What Family Law says about 'shared care'

The meaning of shared care in family law relates to the amount of time the child spends with each parent, in this instance it means equal time spent between parents. 

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