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  • Parenting Pitfalls

    Since your children's adjustment is directly linked to yours, you must learn how to handle the stresses brought about by your divorce. Here are some of the most common warning signs that you need help before your children become casualties of your divorce.

    Elissa P. Benedek, M.D. and Catherine F. Brown, M.Ed.
    Posted: August 16, 2006
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  • The Single Parent's Primer

    Some hints, tips, and advice – including nine survival strategies for single parents – to help you face the challenges of parenting without a partner.

    Patrice Karst
    Posted: August 10, 2006
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  • Divorce School for Parents

    Your marriage may be over, but your role as co-parents will continue forever. Attending "divorce school" can help you learn how to support your children through this tough transition and into a new life.

    Margaret Boyd
    Posted: August 09, 2006
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  • Coping with a Difficult Ex: Divorce, Children & Custody

    For many divorcing parents, the process of parting and the years that follow involve a cascade of infuriating, disrespectful, and hurtful exchanges. Here are ten strategies for reducing frustration and conflict – and increasing respectful communication and peace – between divorced co-parents.

    Jeffrey P. Wittmann, Ph.D.
    Posted: August 08, 2006
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  • The Co-Parenting Relationship

    Your marriage may be over, but your relationship with the other parent will continue as long as both you and your children are alive. Healthy co-parenting is a way to carry your children through the crisis of divorce to a safe and happy future.

    Darlene Weyburne, BCD, CSW, ACSW
    Posted: August 08, 2006
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  • Parent Information Pilot Project Launched in Toronto

    Osgoode Hall Law School has launched a pilot project for those appearing in court for separation or divorce-related proceedings without legal representation to help them deal with thorny familial and bureaucratic issues.

    Brad Marcoux
    Posted: June 13, 2006
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  • Avoid the common parenting pitfalls

    Here are some of the most common warning signs that you need help before your children become casualties of your divorce.

    By: Divorce Magazine
    Posted: June 13, 2006
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  • Building a Happier Future

    All loving parents want the best for their children. You do everything humanly possible to provide for them, to enrich their lives, and to make them feel loved. Perhaps now more than ever, you are acutely conscious of wanting to give your child all the love, support, and guidance he or she needs, but suddenly everything seems harder and more complicated. You and your family are not alone. For more than half of all North American children, divorce is a fact of life.

    M. Gary Neuman and Patricia Romanowski
    Posted: June 13, 2006
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  • Becoming a Bachelor Parent

    The new challenges and adjustments that you'll face as a bachelor parent can be overwhelming at times, but the rewards of raising good, happy children are immeasurable.

    Thomas Hoerner
    Posted: June 08, 2006
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  • Helping Your Own Custody Case

    There are important factors to take into account in Illinois in terms of divorce and child custody. According to Chicago family lawyer Paul Feinstein, the court will look at the person who can best fulfill the needs of your children.

    Paul L. Feinstein, Esq.
    Posted: May 26, 2006
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