Rebuilding for Tomorrow
Despite nearly 2 in 4 couples facing separation and or divorce in the UK, that implies that as many as 90% of crime reports the police are burdened with from the relevant population pool are false, and made for the purposes of family court litigation. MoJ Family Division reported that the prevalence of DA/DV allegations in family court is 62% of all private law cases and many lack the support they deserve. It's time for a shift.
Welcome to Time To Inspire. We're dedicated to championing mental health during one of life's toughest phases.
Our Mission is clear: To stand by you and your children, providing the vital support needed during this challenging journey.
TIME TO INSPIRE
A safe place to land
Divorce and or separation touches every facet of our lives, reshaping family dynamics, impacting our children, and clouding our focus at work. Our core mission is to offer clarity amid this profound complexity. We aim to bring stability back into your life and the lives of your children swiftly, guiding you through this transition.
Our focus is on providing a spectrum of resources and legal guidance, ensuring that amidst change, you find the support and direction needed to navigate this challenging phase and rebuild a stable, secure future for children.
Some of the topics we cover
Divorce and or separation can have profound effects on mental health due to the emotional toll and life changes it brings:
Understanding that separation often brings emotional upheaval and seeking help when needed is crucial for maintaining mental well-being during and after the process. Therapy, self-care practices, and seeking social support can significantly aid in coping with the emotional toll of separation.
Separation can lead to various financial difficulties for both parties involved due to several reasons:
Navigating the financial aftermath of separation can be challenging. Seeking financial advice, creating a budget, and planning for the future are crucial steps to mitigate the impact and ensure financial stability post-divorce.
Impact on Children
Divorce and or separation between parents can have various impacts on children, both emotionally and psychologically. Here are some common effects:
It's crucial for parents to provide emotional support, maintain routine, and reassure children of their love and care during this challenging time. Professional counselling or therapy can also help children navigate their emotions and adapt to the changes brought about by divorce.
During a divorce and or separation, several legal complexities and difficulties can arise, depending on the circumstances and the nature of the separation. Some common legal challenges include:
Navigating these legal difficulties during a divorce and or separation often requires legal representation, mediation, and sometimes, court intervention. Having a skilled attorney and maintaining clear communication can help streamline the process and resolve disputes more effectively.
Impact on Work
Divorce and forced separation from children can significantly impact people in the workplace, affecting their productivity, focus, and emotional well-being. Here are some ways it might manifest:
Employers and colleagues who are aware of an employee's situation can offer support, understanding, and flexibility to help them navigate through the challenges of divorce while maintaining a productive work environment. Access to counselling services, support groups, or employee assistance programs (EAPs) can significantly aid individuals dealing with divorce-related stress in the workplace.
Parental alienation occurs when one parent, intentionally or unintentionally, manipulates or influences a child to reject, fear, or harbour hostility toward the other parent during or after a divorce or separation. This behaviour can stem from various reasons, including unresolved conflicts, resentment, or emotional distress between the parents.
Parental alienation can be emotionally distressing for both the targeted parent and the child. Recognizing the signs early and seeking appropriate interventions, such as counselling or legal support, can help mitigate the effects and rebuild healthy relationships within the family.