Using your children as an excuse to postpone marriage can leave your entire family founded on an inherently broken relationship.
Co-parenting requires you to work with your ex, putting aside your past disagreements and focusing on raising your children in the best way you can.
Don't let your emotions get the better of you during your divorce. Read these tips on how to alleviate these feelings by alternately giving in to them in small amount and learning how to move on.
Need some advice on how to handle the relationship with your stepchildren, read this article to learn how to best deal with the changing family dynamics.
Learn from this article how to identify whether or not you have a problem controlling your anger and how to handle unresolved emotions.
Parental alienation is a serious issue, and it can be caused by your ex badmouthing you to your kids.
Determine whether or not your children have been affected by your divorce and tips on helping your children with the pain and hurt from the separation.
Find out how to take charge of your life and end a marriage you no longer feel happy in.
Find out how to break the news of your divorce to your spouse in a way that decreases the emotional tension of the situation.
Listen to how communication with your spouse over why they want to end your relationship can create a constructive dialogue that does not ultimately result in the end of your marriage.
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