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Navigating divorce with a neurodivergent child

Navigating divorce with a neurodivergent child

This article was originally published in Expat Living. Read the full article here. Neurodiverse children commonly face challenges with emotional regulation, executive functioning, self-esteem and belonging – all of which can be further impacted by divorce, affecting their sense of connection and belonging, according to DR QURATULAIN ZAIDI of MindNLife. Here she discusses how to … Read more

Am I Divorcing a Narcissist?

Am I Divorcing a Narcissist?

The end of a marriage can be harrowing for both partners. Sometimes, this pain makes people more reactive. These reactions include aggression, isolation, smear campaigns, and avoidance. Verbal aggression and smear campaigns might make you think that you are divorcing a narcissist. However, these reactions could also be trauma, grief, anxiety, or stress responses. It … Read more

Will Divorce Affect My Child’s Sense of Security?

Will Divorce Affect My Child

It is common for people to stay together for their children. They fear that their child might come from a broken home. These ideas do make sense; divorce can be considered an adverse childhood experience. However, sometimes, getting a divorce is the safer option for your child. Domestic violence, abuse, neglect, and parental conflict can … Read more

Future proofing your marriage from grey divorce

Future proofing your marriage

It’s been about a decade since Brown’s research popularised the term “grey divorce” to describe this phenomenon – something that used to be a rarity, but now has become much more common. “Well over a third of people who are getting divorced now are over the age of 50.” More than one in three people … Read more