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Live Chat: Divorce rate is an alarming 50% Why do We still want to get Married
The divorce rate is over 50% in our nation and continues to climb. Why are so many couples divorcing? Does living together before marriage lead to divorce? Let’s talk about it!
Dr.Nivischi holds a Doctoral degree in Counselor Education from the University of Central Florida, Masters degree in Community Counseling from Andrews University, and Bachelors degree in Psychology from Syracuse University, Nivischi espouses that true accomplishment in life is love; unconditional love for God, self, and others. She specializes in marriage and family relations, is a Licensed
, National Certified Counselor, and Distance Credentialed Counselor.
Nivischi is passionate about the ability to have healthy relationships, satisfying marriages, and dynamic families. She is grieved by the current state of many marriages and families in our society and believes it is possible to positively impact this world, one person, one marriage, and one family at a time.
Nivischi works as a Military and Family Life Counselor (MFLC) with the Department of Defense (DOD) where she travels to military installations throughout Europe and Asia providing counseling services to personnel, their families, and DOD civilians in all military branches. She also trains budding counselors as a professor at Liberty and Regent Universities. She feels richly blessed to do what she loves and remains ever grateful to live this life more abundantly.
Nivischi Ngozi: contact: email@example.com
Top divorce attorneys Rebecca Zung and Chris Lombardo talk about the latest in celebrity divorces and what is really going on. From David Cassidy to Woody Allen and Captain and Tenille, Rebecca and Chris entertain as they discuss pertinent divorce issues of the day.
Two veteran divorce lawyers provide divorce help and divorce advice for overcoming fear, anger and resentment, in a humorous, entertaining and informative manner.
No one ever gets married with Divorce on the fore front of a relationship. But it is not unusual that relationships end in divorce. We know very well that when this happens, it is usually a heart rendering experience. So how does one pick up the pieces after a heart wrenching divorce? Join us as we discuss this with our guest Dr. Willene Abigail McClain
**Dr. Willene Abigail McClain. Dr. McClain is a Women's Pastor, licensed and ordained Minister and Licensed Psychologist, Counselor and Motivational Speaker. She is also the founder of Women Sitting At The Feet Of Jesus which is a Women's Ministry helping women develop a personal relationship with God through meditation and prayer. She is a friend, a wife and a mother.
Lili Kristan Played the role of the Maid on the TV Show Dallas. Lili Kristan, has written a new book called “Hope After Divorce”. It is filled with true and compelling stories about her own divorce and proven steps to assure that you will not only survive but THRIVE and EXCEL after a divorce or any traumatic loss. The breakup of marriages and families that devastate and create crippling effects in our societies can last for generations unless true healing is achieved in mind, body and soul. Find out what she believes are critical ingredients necessary to stop the run away “divorce” fires in our world today.
Kirk Stange, of Stange Law Firm, PC, talks about an article on www.familylawheadquarters.com titled: Can We Use One Lawyer For Our Divorce?
Stange Law Firm,PC is in Missouri and Illinois in St. Louis County, St. Charles, Jefferson County, Franklin County, Lincoln County, St. Clair County, Madison County and Monroe County and St. Louis City by appointment only. You can contact Stange Law Firm and their Divorce Lawyers in St. Louis, Missouri and Family Law Attorneys in Lincoln County, Missouri online at 314-963-4700.
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We're talking about divorce and the resulting custody battles dad's have to go through. The unfairness of it all for them and how some mom's out there use their children as pawns as if this is a game. We'll have a divorced father or two calling in, hopefully, to hear from their point of view.
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