Tag: mental health

Psychology Today: Bipolar and Looking for Love

In Family Law, Mental Health, Prenuptial Agreements , by

The New York Times column “Modern Love” has long served as a source of romantic wisdom for New Yorkers and the unlucky in love of the world. While the television series Sex and the City, whose main character — a freelance writer with the inexplicable ability to afford a Manhattan brownstone — and her relationship with financier Mr. Big may have […]

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Psychology Today: How to Get the Most out of Working With a Child Therapist

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As I addressed in a recent blog post, “Dating After Divorce,” it is commonly understood that divorce, and the aftermath, is often difficult for children to process, whatever age they might be. And recoupling—of one or both co-parents—adds another layer to the stressors that a child is already undergoing as a result of substantial changes in his or […]

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