A Breath of Fresh Divorce

A Breath of Fresh Divorce

By Guest Blogger Heather K. With my separation papers signed and recorded and my move to a new place complete, I am now able to sit back and enjoy all of the things that come with going through a divorce-for-the-right-reasons. While divorce can be horrible for some,...
The Divorce Fairytale: Part 2 “Dating”

The Divorce Fairytale: Part 2 “Dating”

By Guest Blogger Clare Jordan Today’s post is the second post in a four-part series that explores lessons learned through divorcing, dating, remarrying, and blending two families. If you missed Part I, click HERE. Stay tuned for Part III! Becoming suddenly single, for...
At Home at Dad’s

At Home at Dad’s

By Guest Blogger Carol Anne Sowell, home decorator and stager The security and predictability a home provides children helps strengthen family relationships. Children of single parents often divide this crucial period of growth between two dwellings – Mom’s house and...
Triad Area Support Groups

Triad Area Support Groups

Updated by Michelle Barson You never know when your life might take a turn that feels too difficult to navigate on your own. That’s the time to find some support. We hope this list will help you find that support quickly in your time of need.  Whether the...
Triad Counselors, Psychologists and Therapists for Your Family

Triad Counselors, Psychologists and Therapists for Your Family

Updated by Katie Moosbrugger This directory is sponsored by Lewisville Family Counseling. Their caring counselors each have different specialties, so you are likely to find a good fit for counseling for you or your loved one. Their passion is partnering with...
How Can Big Bird, Elmo, and Friends Help Young Children Navigate this Difficult Time?

How Can Big Bird, Elmo, and Friends Help Young Children Navigate this Difficult Time?

By Guest Blogger Christine Murray, PhD, LCMHC, LMFT, Director of the Healthy Relationships Initiative in the UNCG Center for Youth, Family, and Community Partnerships Last month, I got to go somewhere that I never even could have dreamed would be possible when I was a...
Resources, Schools, and Gyms for Moms and Kids

Resources, Schools, and Gyms for Moms and Kids

By Rachel Hoeing In today’s Sunday Spotlight: Open House at Greensboro Day School Level Up Obstacle Fitness Love Languages of Children & Teens Triad Child & Family Counseling SWIPEBY: Making Life Easier for Busy Moms   Come Out and See What...
The Top 10 Blogs of 2018

The Top 10 Blogs of 2018

By Katie Moosbrugger Whew – it’s been another fantastic year for Triad Moms on Main! As you know, we showcase many different topics and writers on our site day after day. What you might not know, however, is that it often takes a lot of time, effort, and...
I Wish I Had The Time

I Wish I Had The Time

By Rachel Hoeing “I wish I had the time.” This is one of the phrases I loathe most in all of the English language. It usually comes into a conversation like this: Friend #1: “Last night while I was watching TV, I noticed …” Friend #2:...