Practical Parenting: Teaching Effective Judgement

via Thomas C. Maples, Ph.D, Stockton Therapy Network Good, bad, right, wrong, holy, evil, black, white, night, and day; we are subjected to numerous paradoxes (the capacity we have to make inference and judge lived experience) on a daily basis. However, in recent times, the waters have become muddied, especially in terms of judging what is what, let alone what …

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Divorce Advice: 3 Tips From Psychology Experts

When it comes to divorce advice, it seems like everyone has some to offer – but sometimes, even when people have the best intentions, it’s just not good advice. Although your friends and family want only the best for you, it’s important to remember that during divorce, the only legal advice you should listen to comes from your Stockton divorce …

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I Want a Divorce: Common Reasons Couples Split

“I want a divorce.” If you’re here, you’ve either said it or heard it very recently. And you’re not alone. Some of the most common reasons couples split up, whether they’re married or dating, may be affecting you—and it may make it easier on you to know that others have experienced something similar. In our practice as Stockton family law …

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Getting Your Groove Back: Tending the Emotional Garden Post Divorce

“This feels like the end. Everything we had worked hard for is now gone. My life, as I know it, is over. Divorce is the pits. I don’t know how I can move on.” Is life over as you know it? Yes, but not in the way you may think. Let’s explore how divorce can effect one’s emotional state so that we may …

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Divorce 101: Rebuilding Life after Divorce

“How do I heal and begin to rebuild my life after divorce?” Divorce is quite possibly one of the toughest decisions you will ever make. Because of this, it is best not to take this decision lightly. Chances are, you spent much time dwelling on the choices you had to make to take this most courageous of steps. During the long process …