I know you are there. You see, bloggers don't know who specifically visits their blog, but most "blogging platforms" allow the owner to see where the visitors are coming from (Facebook links, Google searches, websites, etc.,) and at which categories site visitors are looking. So, this time a year I see a lot of folks are navigating to "The Journey with Grace" and reading my posts on The Big D. You know: D-I-V-O-R-C-E.
The New Year is a time of transition. If you or someone whom you know is facing this difficult ending, and hence, beginning, or you're just plain curious for whatever reason or want to support others going through divorce, come follow me over to Wishing Well, the blog of Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt. I share my experiences on how to create a peaceful divorce (it can be done) and give a frank reminder that parents are the adults in the picture. We all know couples who got entangled in meanness and retribution, forgetting to prioritize their children's emotional well being. Please don't go there. I'm gonna tell you how to avoid that.
Divorce happens. And when it does and children are involved, parents can make a choice. That is, a choice for civility and teamwork. Read more here.