If you are struggling to co-parent with your former partner, here are some tips to help you manage the experience and make things a little easier.
The effect that a divorce has on children is well-documented, but how it affects adult children is very rarely recognized.
The facile answer to this question is "no," but in reality, "it depends" may be the better answer. There are a few considerations you must make before deciding whether or not to tell the kids about the affair you or your spouse had.
How and when you tell your kids about your divorce will have a significant impact on their perception of the experience. Take the time to discuss your impending divorce with your children, listening to their thoughts, concerns, fears, and hopes.
At 28 years old, I experienced my parents' divorce. While it may seem like being an adult makes dealing with divorce easier, there are many unique issues adult children of divorce face.
After a 12-year romance, actors Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are getting divorced – putting an end to Brangelina. We will discuss what this means and what the realities are in our contemporary divorce arena.
From breaking the news to co-parenting with your ex-spouse, how you handle various aspects of the divorce process will inevitably have an effect on your children. There are ways you can make the divorce easier on them.
Children will experience various emotions throughout their parents' divorce, especially when conflict is involved. As a parent, how you handle your divorce and support your child during this transition will affect their self-esteem in the long run.
When a stepparent enters your child's life, you will likely feel a mix of emotions – especially if the new partner played a role in your ex-spouse's infidelity. While your ex's new marriage may be difficult to deal with, there are things you can do to ensure the transition is a positive experience for your child.
The kid stays put, Mom and Dad move back and forth – it's a custody arrangement that is growing in popularity. But is it a good option for your family?
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