Judith Ruskay Rabinor, Ph.D looks at a recent NY Times article on the benefits of minimizing communications between divorcing spouses by keeping all communication solely to either email or text messages. Dr. Rabinor doesn’t agree with the Times writer’s view that divorcing couples will always fight and that the best way to keep their relationship amicable is to block normal human communication. She explores the after effects, especially when kids are involved.
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Judith Ruskay Rabinor Ph.D.: The Most Dangerous Stereotype About Divorce