Nesting During Separation or Divorce? A Trending Topic?

Nesting During Separation or Divorce? A Trending Topic?

Is sharing a home with your spouse when you’re splitting crazy? No.  January is often referred to as “divorce month” because many people wait till after the holidays to make the decision to file for divorce. It is also a good time to come up with a temporary plan...
A Report: Family, Love, and Dying Twice

A Report: Family, Love, and Dying Twice

This article by Dr. Ann Buscho was originally published on the Discressionary Love website, June30, 2022 This is the story of a dying memoir, and how my sister died twice. Judith and I sat in my sister’s sunny garden outside San Francisco. She was so proud of that...
Is Birdnesting the New Norm?

Is Birdnesting the New Norm?

More and more often, clients are contacting me to help with setting up successful nesting, or birdnesting arrangements. I am glad that more people know about nesting now because a successful nesting agreement can stabilize your family and keep your children’s lives...
How is a “Gray Divorce” Different From Other Divorces?

How is a “Gray Divorce” Different From Other Divorces?

Gray divorce is rising. There are big differences, emotionally and financially. Key Points The divorce rate of people over 50 is increasing, even while the overall divorce rate is declining. Some decide to divorce when they’re ready to trade the stability of...
Tips to Help Your Kids Enjoy the Holiday During Your Divorce

Tips to Help Your Kids Enjoy the Holiday During Your Divorce

Acknowledge the loss If this is the first time your family is not together for Christmas, Hanukkah, or other winter holidays, your kids will feel a sense of loss. They will grieve the loss of the traditions they enjoyed in the past. In addition, they make feel caught...