The Relationship Between Social Media And Divorce

social media

Are you an avid social media user? If so, you might want to consider the effect it could be having on your relationships. As more research is conducted on social media usage, the link between activity on sites like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and relationship quality is becoming more apparent.


Top 10 DadsDivorce Articles Of 2015

2015 year in review

In 2015, DadsDivorce published 332 articles and videos devoted to helping divorced fathers. Every day throughout the year dads can expect to visit this site and find new resources, tips and advice from attorneys, divorce and financial professionals, parenting experts, other divorced fathers and more. Here is a look back


Marriage & Divorce In The Social Media Era

social media and divorce

Is there a link between social media use and higher divorce rates? More and more research is suggesting that the two are related in at least some capacity. Last year, a study published in the journal Computers in Human Behavior compared divorce rates for each state to per capita Facebook


DadsDivorce LIVE: Dad 2.0 Summit

Last month, a community of dad bloggers convened in San Francisco for the annual Dad 2.0 Summit. The annual summit, which is now going into its fifth year, brings marketers, social media leaders, and b logging parents together to discuss the changing voice and perception of modern fatherhood. Doug French,


Dad Bloggers Unite In Petition Against Amazon Mom

Amazon Family

Over the last week, there has been a growing movement on social media to convince Amazon, the online retail giant, to change the name of its parent-focused program Amazon Mom to Amazon Family. Amazon Mom is an online membership program that offers discounts on diapers, nursery furniture, baby clothing, and


Download The Men’s Divorce Source App 3.0

Men's Divorce Source App

The latest Men’s Divorce Source app, presented by Cordell & Cordell, is loaded with relevant information to help you through every stage of your divorce process. The free app is available in the iTunes App Store and includes: Divorce articles and news from and with search, sharing, and bookmarking