The hustle and bustle of the holidays is enough to make anyone a little stressed, especially if you are going through a divorce. But if divorcing parent's team together, they can avoid making the kids miserable.
"If you are planning to divorce, don't break the news to the kids during the holidays. This can make the holidays a painful memory for them for years to come." Says Brian James, a divorce mediator with C.E.L. & Associates in Chicago.
Here are some ways that divorcing parents can survive the holidays:
Advice to Help Grandparents Get Through the Holidays When Their Kids Divorce
If you and your spouse are need help making your divorce less stressful and easier on the children, contact divorce mediator Brian James at 312-524-5829 to find out more about how divorce mediation can help you. C.E.L. and Associates has divorce mediation offices conveniently located throughout the entire Chicago area and Southeastern Wisconsin. For more helpful divorce advice like this, please visit his website at www.yourdivorce.org.
Brian James is an experienced divorce and family mediator with offices throughout Chicagoland and Southeastern Wisconsin. He runs a mediation practice, C.E.L. and Associates where his approach to mediation is client driven. By aiding his clients with the resolution of their divorce issues outside of the courtroom, Mr. James helps create a win/win situation for all parties in a divorce. He can be reached at (312) 524-5829. View his Divorce Magazine profile.Back To Top
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