Hurricanes Harvey and Irma swept across the coast with fury. The devastation they caused is obvious, upending the lives of those who live in Texas and Florida. While "ordinary" and "normal" may not be words spoken for some time, you can find moments of extraordinary human character in the uncommon.
It starts as a blurry image, but as we rack up the birthdays, the picture becomes much clearer. We will catch the "OLD" disease. Our bodies start failing. Our mind slips. Simply put: a time in which we won't be able to make medical decisions for ourselves becomes more likely.
Your children are important to you. You take care of them every day. You are their teacher, their hero and provider. Divorce introduces a massive change for both you and your children. Divorce affects young children and teens differently. According to Psychology Today, divorce can amplify the dependence of young children and accelerate the independence of teens.
You finally did it. You signed the contract to build a new home. This time around, you get to choose everything. You decide the floor plan, the upgrades, the fixtures and even the location of electrical outlets. It's exciting.
You are in the prime of your life. You aren't thinking about death, and you probably don't want to either. You don't want to think about what happens after you die or imagine leaving loved ones.
The process of divorce involves a lot of thought and planning. Finances, assets, and children are major factors divorcing couples must consider.