One of today’s top stories is a 2001 TIME Magazine article on how families are coping with separation and divorce. Is the sudden popularity of a nearly decade old story a sign of the increasing stress facing couples and families? The 2010 Thanksgiving Family Survival Guide can help.
A 2001 TIME Magazine feature on separation and divorce is one of today’s most e-mailed stories. In “Reconcilable Differences,” TIME reported in April 2001, “Ordinary mortals too are finding novel ways to keep their families largely intact following separation or divorce. They’re sharing homes, living next door to each other, vacationing together.”
Seeing the article approach the top of this week’s most popular stories nearly a decade after it was first published is a sign of the struggles bringing many families to the verge of separation or divorce and further.
The 2010 Thanksgiving Family Survival Guide offers powerful, practical, research-validated skills to help couples and families relieve the added anxiety that can come when facing holiday gatherings during periods of stress and uncertainty.
Read the free guide online or share it with a loved one to help bring more joy, peace, and connection to a family important in your life.