What I want all estranged parents to be oriented toward is that you have to think about what works in trying to reconcile with an estranged child, not what’s fair. With most of the families that I work with, it’s really unfair. If it were really fair, the model would be the same model it […]
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A mother and son talk about estrangement from each of their perspectives. Dr. Coleman is then interviewed by Savannah Guthrie
Shifting Roles During the Economic Downturn
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You get married. And at some point you don’t know if the marriage is going to work. And since it’s your first marriage, you feel discouraged and hopeless and start believing that your marriage looks nothing like the ones on TV or in US magazine. And you think how nice it would be to have […]