How to Help Your Child to Cope During a Divorce

Separation can be difficult and stressful for every family member. Sometimes, parents can forget about the impact of divorce proceedings on their children. While it can be easy to get caught up in a battle with the other parent about when and where you or they are allowed to see the child, it is important that you try to focus on what is best for the child, even if this means you see slightly less of them. [Read More]

Less Than Two Years: When a Divorce Comes with Mandatory Marriage Counselling

The Australian courts have set some mandatory time frames when it comes to seeking a divorce. You must have been separated from your spouse for a minimum of one year before you can file for divorce. There are additional restrictions imposed upon marriages that have lasted for less than two years before filing for divorce. In these instances, you and your spouse must attend marriage counselling before the application for divorce can be filed. [Read More]

How Marriage Counsellors Help to Improve Relationships

You may think that you can work to restore your marriage on your own without the help of a relationship counsellor, but this may not be true. By the time the marriage gets rocky[,] then external help may be the only way to salvage your relationship. This article discusses three ways by which a relationship counsellor can help to improve your marriage. Improve Communication Between You Many couples drift apart because each partner fails to voice the issues that are bothering him or her. [Read More]