Divorce Support Groups

Divorce Support Groups

By: PK Jordan

During divorce, you should not have to face it alone.  There are many resources out there concerning divorce support.   Here is a group called Divorce Care.  The group has been around for 20+ years and there are over 16,000 locations that teach on Divorce Care worldwide.  http://www.divorcecare.org/  The curriculum is aimed to help you heal right where you are at.  The group is not looking for perfect people.  What a relief!

Below are the topic descriptions for Divorce Care as follows:

  • What’s happening to me?
  • The Road to healing/finding help
  • Facing my anger
  • Facing my loneliness
  • What does the owner’s manual say?
  • New relationships
  • Financial survival
  • Kid care
  • Single sexuality
  • Forgiveness
  • Reconciliation
  • Moving on, growing closer to God

At Divorce Care you are not expected to share.  You are asked to commit to three weeks minimum.  You deserve to heal and be a better you.  If you have any questions regarding the group, please contact www.DivorceCare.org or call your mediator Pk Jordan at 480-788-4187 for additional information.

Your mediator Pk Jordan was divorced 9 years ago.  I can tell you that support during divorce is essential.  Start today by taking your first step to healing.  http://www.divorcecare.org/

 

We assist families across the United States through Web Mediation. Call today for a Free Consult.

(Courtesy of East Valley Mediator 480-788-4187)

Request for Visitation Modification

Request for Visitation Modification

By: PK Jordan

Your children are getting older. When you divorced, the children were small and you felt it was best to not shuffle the kids too much. Now the children appear to be adjusting to the new arrangement, so you would like to increase visitation. Is this you?  You are now able to see the children more.

Here are some suggestions on how to prepare for modification:

  •  Prepare a proposed parenting schedule (2 options)
  •  Explain to the other parent why you want to increase the parenting time
  •  Assure the other parent that you are dependable (so that the parent doesn’t have to worry about a disruption in their schedule)

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 Check your motives as to “why” you want to increase parenting visitation:

  •   Increase your parenting time will allow you to build your relationship with your children
  •  You can commit to sharing in the responsibilities of driving the kids to their activities
  •  You can help the children with the homework
  •  Increase in parenting to reduce child support should not be your motivation (the other parent will see that)

We believe in our parents. We encourage the parents to work together to make their agreement so that they can enjoy parenting together and celebrating the children’s milestone peacefully. We want to see our parents work together in the best interest of their children.

Modifying a parenting plan can be hard for any parent. In mediation, we walk along side of our parents to help in this matter. We would be glad to assist you in this matter.

We assist families across the United States through Web Mediation. Call today for a Free Consult.

(Courtesy of East Valley Mediator 480-788-4187)

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