As soon as people become parents, their priorities change. Instead of thinking about what they want and need, they start thinking about what their child wants and needs. This goal of protecting children is a lifelong one. In fact, it doesn't end when a parent passes away.
People turn to social media for many reasons: to laugh, learn, feel good, share or get support. And whether we realize it or not, we reveal a great deal of personal details on sites like Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat, even when messages disappear or when we set profiles to private.
What's your idea of divorce? Chances are you have heard a horror story from a friend or family member. While it is true that divorce can be a stressful experience no matter your situation, it doesn't have to involve high-stakes disagreements, drawn-out court appearances or argumentative lawyers. Instead, mediation is one option couples can pursue as a method of alternative dispute resolution in divorce.