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  • Talkspace online therapy review
    If you don’t have time to meet with a therapist, or if you’re looking for a lower-cost alternative to face-to-face counseling, online therapy is an excellent answer that can make quality mental health care accessible, convienient, anonymous, and affordable. There are dozens of online counseling apps and sites, and Talkspace ... read more
  • Ten Easy (and Sometimes Odd) Ways to Make Extra Money on the Side
    A little extra money never hurt anyone, especially if you want to save up for a vacation, pay down your credit card debt, or catch up on your retirement savings. Of course, you could always grab a part-time job, but maybe you don’t have the time for a steady ... read more
  • Calculating Child Support in Illinois
    Calculating Child Support in Illinois sklemp Fri, 02/14/2020 - 13:04 United States Illinois In July 2017, Illinois began using an income share method to calculate child support.  This method is used by a majority of the states in the US and shares the cost of ... read more
  • How to Talk to Your Kids About the Coronavirus
    The crisis of COVID-19 that has engulfed adult lives for the past few weeks has frightened and confused children too. As they hear you and teachers repeatedly stressing the need to maintain personal hygiene and hear or read of new cases they are likely to be bothered by many ... read more
  • review
    No matter what stage of life you’re in, it’s common to go through ups and downs. But you don’t have to face it alone, nor do you have to rearrange your life to get the help you need. The convenience of meeting with a therapist through can be life-changing. ... read more
  • Valentine’s Day While Going Through A Divorce Can Be A Rough One
    Valentine’s Day while going through a divorce isn’t easy for most people. But what if Valentine’s Day was also your wedding anniversary? That’s the case for this reader: Valentine’s Day is my wedding anniversary. This is my first one being separated.It is an awkward time and I don’t feel like ... read more
      As you know I do regular Facebook Live Parenting Hack Tea Parties for Disney Junior which is something I absolutely love doing answering all your niggles, worries or problems live every 1st Tuesday of the month over on Disney Junior UK at 11 am. The next one is ... read more
  • BetterHelp review — is this online therapy site legit?
    Maybe you’re one of more than 46 million U.S. adults with a mental illness. Or, perhaps you just need to talk some things out, get some advice, and a safe, comfortable place to be heard. Unfortunately, finding and affording quality counseling that is right for you can be a huge ... read more
  • Surviving Divorce As A Stay At Home Mom
    If you’re experiencing a Stay At Home Mom divorce, there are all kinds of additional challenges to surviving that ordeal. Divorce is usually heartbreaking and chaotic, but for a Stay At Home Mom, divorce is often much more complicated and difficult. Stay At Home Moms have often given up careers ... read more
  • How To File For Legal Separation
    Filing for legal separation is a life-changing decision that impacts the individuals in a relationship significantly. Learn about legal separation. What States Allow Legal Separation? All states “allow” legal separation except Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, and Texas. Several states recognize legal separation as a formal contractual arrangement, like a ... read more
  • A Solo Date Might Be Just What You Need During And After Divorce
    A DGS reader wrote this: Just went on my first solo date–went to see the movie Bombshell, which was pretty good. Man, why did I used to be so intimidated by enjoying things alone? It’s so peaceful.   First off, congratulations on your solo date and you self-care act! Taking ... read more
  • As Phillip Scofield Comes Out – Supporting your child if they are gay, straight, bi or transgender
    This week saw ‘This Morning’ host Phillip Schofield open up about being gay & how he told his wife of 27 years of his heartbreaking struggle with his sexuality. Phil has credited Steph with fully supporting him during this part of his life which is hugely important. ... read more
  • The Sue Atkins Weekly Parent Coaching Question
    As it’s Valentine’s Day this week  I thought it would be a good opportunity to pause when you are stressed, frustrated, angry or tired and to just STOP and ask yourself: What would love do now ? It re -focuses you on what’s important and makes you tap into ... read more
  • How To Survive & Thrive on Valentine’s Day as a Divorced Woman.
    I have a client who is going through a divorce and is feeling maudlin about Valentine’s Day. ‘Valentine’s Day is hard enough’ she said ‘when you’re couple & married’ (talk about pressure!) — ‘but when you’re going through a divorce it’s going to be hell!’ So I’ve been pondering how ... read more
  • Grow Old With Me The Best is Yet to Come
    Keeping the Glow with your Partner. Just relax and breathe deeply and slowly for a few moments and think about the most romantic, passionate, sensual and loving moments in your life. What were you doing….. seeing…… hearing and feeling in those magic moments? What would you be willing to do, ... read more