Marriage-Divorce Coaching


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Due to health reasons, the Divorce Support Plus website was closed several years ago, but Sharon Shenker is returning to her passion of helping others through family reconstruction, or even better, saving families by reconstructing the relationship(s).

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Friday, October 22, 2010

How Well Do You Listen To Each Other?

Did you read this article yet?

How Well Do You Listen To Each Other?
Does your partner do something than annoys you?

Have you been telling him/her for so long that it feels like you have been saying the same thing, over and over, forever? Are you at your wits end about it? Feeling fed up trying… maybe even feeling certain that they don’t care what you want because they ignore you?...

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Sharon Shenker, Family Life Coach
After many years of working with children and their families, Sharon founded Divorce Support Plus to help couples prevent family breakdowns by reconnecting lovingly or to assist them through and beyond a separation or divorce. For further information, phone: 514.804.3585 or email Sharon directly at

Monday, October 18, 2010

Divorce As Friends?

Did you hear the latest entertainment gossip about Courtney Cox and David Arquette?
Well, they have joined the many other young couples who have recently separated with young children, because of an affair.

They say they 'remain best friends.' What a great plan. I wish every divorcing couple would at least have that as their intention instead of the old approach of going to war right away. I am all for amicable divorces. Unfortunately, emotions often win control over mature, rational thinking and throw the best of intentions right out the window. When it comes to an amicable divorce, a third party who will hold both parents accountable to behaving in the best manner possible for the sake of the children is often needed because if they were actually still best friends and amicable, they would not be getting a divorce. They would just be needing some help at rebuilding the magic and fun in their relationship.

Best wishes go out to Courtney and David that they will do better than the majority of couples we hear about in the news. I, for one, think it's about time the media shared more positive stories of couples succeeding with the plan of holding the mutual love for their children in highest standing - in every dealing with each other - so that they actually follow through with their good intentions.

Divorce Support Plus was created to help families reconstruct, rather than destruct, if the relationship cannot be rebuilt and saved because way too many children suffer in silence, with broken hearts, from witnessing their parents poor behavior before, during and after a divorce.

Here's to hoping that more and more parents grow up before their kids do.

Sharon Shenker, Family Life Coach