For Immediate Release
Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) February 15, 2012
Divorce Magazine’s (http://www.divorcemagazine.com) winter/spring 2012 edition features an important and timely look at how individuals going through divorce can overcome negative thinking by transforming their negative thoughts into positive insight, and use that new awareness to make wise and compassionate decisions during divorce.
“A positive attitude, emotional well-being and mental clarity are three keys to making the right decisions during divorce,” commented Dan Couvrette, publisher of Divorce Magazine. “This is especially important if children are involved. Studies show that it’s often not divorce itself that inflicts lasting emotional wounds on children, but rather it’s how their parents conduct themselves during divorce that has the biggest impact.”
With respect to children and divorce, the edition also features a penetrating exploration of how to deal with parental alienation in court and at home. The article was written by Judge Michele Lowrance, a sitting domestic-relations judge in the Circuit Court of Illinois.
“I have been a judge on the divorce bench for 16 years, and have watched the wreckage of the corrosive legacy of parental alienation and visitation interference play out over decades,” Judge Lowrence writes. “We have no statistics for measuring this group, because the victims are too vast. But the concentric circles include the children, their children and the extended family as well. The declaration of war by one parent on another creates radioactive fallout, which contaminates for generations.”
Divorce Magazine’s winter/spring 2012 has a range of topical and timely articles, tips to overcome negative thinking and resources for divorcing individuals at all stages of the process, including:
- How to stay financially safe during divorce
- An easy-to-understand overview of Collaborative Divorce
- Understanding the divorce process and how it works
- Selecting the right family lawyer and other divorce professionals
- How to tell your spouse that you want a divorce
- Helping children dealing with the shock of divorce
- FAQs provided by experienced family lawyers and other experts
- A list of local divorce professionals, including family lawyers, therapists, mediators, financial advisors, and more
The Winter/Spring 2012 issue of Divorce Magazine is available now. Additionally, Divorce Magazine’s online knowledge center, located at http://www.DivorceMagazine.com, contains thousands of divorce-related articles, divorce news items, divorce polls, a divorce discussion forum, a divorce blog, information on local divorce professionals, and other divorce resources. Access is free and no registration is required.
About Divorce Magazine
Launched in 1996, Divorce Magazine is North America’s only magazine devoted entirely to divorce. The magazine is published twice a year with six regional editions, and is full of helpful articles as well as guides to local divorce professionals. The website http://www.DivorceMagazine.com, has been a leading divorce-related source since 1996. The company also operates http://www.BlogsOnDivorce.com, which features expert opinion and insight from leading divorce professionals, and http://www.FamilyLawyerMagazine.com, which is dedicated to helping family lawyers manage their practice and live a balanced life. For more information, contact publisher and CEO Dan Couvrette at (888) 217-9538 ext. 124 or email DanC(at)divorcemag(dot)com