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From Halloween to New Year's Eve: Handling Holidays During Divorce
Halloween is the kick-off to the holiday season – but those who are newly separated or divorce may be facing the holidays with fearful rather than joyful anticipation. Divorce Magazine's writers and bloggers offer tips and advice on how to get through the holidays both during and after divorce.
TORONTO, ON (October 30, 2017) — It’s Halloween – which for many signals the start of the holiday season. Halloween signals the run-up to some of the most
The holiday season can exacerbate the stress many families are feeling during and after divorce. Whether they’re going through a separation, or whether it’s another year of celebrating the holidays as a single parent, men and women head to DivorceMag.com for tips on how to handle the holidays. Divorce Magazine’s team of divorce professionals – as well as bloggers who have been there, divorced that – are always happy to offer their best advice to readers.
Looking for new traditions to create new, happy memories for everyone? In 7 Ways to Create New Holiday Traditions for Your Family Post-Divorce, therapist Terry Gaspard describes how recently divorced parents can create new positive holiday memories for themselves and their children. “Let’s face it, it’s a not easy for parents to let go of grudges and bad memories of past holidays,” says Gaspard. “But you can give your children the gift of hope by setting up new traditions that will ease the stress during the holiday season and bring them happiness. For instance, Ryan is a single dad who likes to cook, so he began a tradition of baking homemade bread with his two kids and delivering it to a soup kitchen sponsored by their church. This has become an important holiday ritual for Ryan and his children.
Other helpful articles and blog posts for the holidays include:
Coping with Divorce Over the Holidays: The Best Way to Handle Irritating People
Divorce Magazine wishes everyone a safe, enjoyable holiday season – whether they are celebrating with family, friends, or friends who have become like family.
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