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Archive, May 2013.

Domestic violence is “a pattern of behaviors utilized by one partner (the abuser or batterer) to exert and maintain control over another person (the survivor or victim) where there exists an intimate, loving and dependent relationship”, according to the National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs. Although domestic violence is often defined as heterosexual women’s problem, they are not the only victims of abusive behavior. Domestic violence has been observed in many kinds of relationships, including same-gender relationships. In domestic violence, the violent spouse uses different …

Divorce is never easy. If you and your soon-to-be ex have children, divorce is even more complicated. Not only are you dealing with your and your spouse’s emotions, there’s the well being of the kids to take into consideration. If the divorce is amicable—which, let’s face it, it rarely is—deciding to share custody of your children is the obvious answer. Yet even if the divorce is less than friendly, research shows that deciding on joint custody is the best option for children. According to a report published in the American Psychological Association (APA), “children from divorced …

Social media has become a huge part of our lives in the past few years. It has had a lot of benefits, including connecting loved ones and old friends, but in the case of divorce, it can have some negative effects. A recent article has suggested a few tips for avoiding social media stress during and after your divorce. As hard as it may be, stalking your ex online after your divorce can only slow your healing process and make matters worse. There have been studies proving that spending time on your ex’s Facebook page after you have separated can cause you to have a harder time moving on. …

After a divorce, often times parents continue to live very close to one another so that they can both be near their child and remain active in the child's life. Sometimes, however, a parent may choose to relocate, whether it is to be near family, for a new job, or for another reason. If the custodial parent wants to relocate and take the child with him or her, they must follow state custody laws and any custody agreements that have been set up for the child. According to Illinois law, a custodial parent has the right to relocate the child after a divorce. There may be restrictions …
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