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Marriage can be the most fulfilling relationship in one's life. But sometimes, marriages can be the source of many problems and struggles. Whether you are working through a hurtful situation like infidelity or divorce, or suddenly finding yourself empty nesting, TSC is here to help guide you through some of the more difficult aspects of marriage.
Are you just starting to consider marriage counseling or a separation, or have you already decided to divorce your spouse? You are not alone. Half of all marriages in America end in divorce, making it one of the most common marriage issues. Divorce can be difficult on two people who made the promise to marry for life. It can also be hard on children whose parents are going through divorce. These guides to understanding, coping with, and support for divorce can help. Start Your Journey to Recovery
There are various forms of infidelity. They include emotional infidelity, Internet infidelity, and other such subtle forms of behavior that can feel like a betrayal to one or both partners. When infidelity occurs in a relationship, it does not necessarily mean that the relationship is over. It is important to understand the underlying problems and consequences of infidelity and how both partners feel about it. Start Your Journey to Recovery
Child custody is a legal term used to describe the relationship between child and parent on a legal playing field. Child custody includes the right of a parent to make decisions for the child as well as the parents duty to care for a child. Most often, child custody comes into play in cases of divorce or allegations of mistreatment. In cases of child custody, it is important to keep the best interests of the child in mind. If you or a loved one is dealing with child custody, this Survivors Club guide can help you. Start Your Journey
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