Sewn out of their parents' clothes, a "mapapu" stuffed animal can help children cope with their parents’ separation or divorce through the familiar smell and feel of the fabric.
Going through a divorce is similar to the experience of a family death. Tragedy, sadness, bitterness, and anger ensues in different stages. The stakes are the highest when children are involved. Children are more precious and valuable than any material asset or stack of cash that could ever be fought over – but it's easy to forget what is in a child's best interest when parents focus on being self-righteous and getting what they feel is owed to them.
Here's a preview of the nine new podcasts and videos that have just been released at The Divorce School.
I share custody with my ex-wife. She struggles with alcohol dependency and I’m worried about my kids while they’re with her. Is there anything I can do?
With more than 50% of marriages ending in divorce in the United States, divorce can be a harsh reality to young children and adolescents. Parents of adolescent children should keep the following in mind when going through the divorce process.
Successful stepparenting challenges you to take your character development to a higher level: to consider the importance of the parent-child relationship even when it may seem to undermine your own needs at times.
On April 1, 2016, you can attend the first online learning center for those thinking about divorce, going through a divorce, and moving on after a divorce.
January is International Child-Centered Divorce Month. Although the month is drawing to a close, it’s a good reminder for parents who are trying to minimize the effect of divorce on their children.
Nesting allows children to stay in the family home while both parents take turns living with them. Although not a common arrangement, there are ways co-parents can make the most out of this transition time.
Here are several important issues you should think about as you design your parenting plan.