How to make the holidays less stressful: advice about Christmas and divorce for Moms, Dads, Grandmas, and Grandpas during the Holidays.
Tips for Staying Positive and Supporting Your Children's…
The stress of divorce can cause parents to want to vent to their children, and oftentimes conflict arises in front of them. However, parents need to remember that kids can become stressed out themselves by exposure to conflict.
Huffington Post contributor Rosalind Sedacca has some wise advice to help divorcing…
From Skype to Tweets, technology offers ways for separated parents to spend quality time with their kids this holiday season, even if they can’t meet face-to-face.
You can ease the challenge of co-parenting with an ex-spouse by planning ahead and seeking professional help if necessary. Here are five tips to help make co-parenting easier post-divorce.
When parents divorce or separate, children can feel helpless and out of control in the situation. This can leave them looking for ways to find what they can control in their lives. Unfortunately, this can lead to addictive or unhealthy eating habits.
Use this resource by divorce and family mediator Brian James to determine how to give your children the same consistency in their daily routines. Don't let divorce or separation take the feeling of security and stability out of your children.
Most divorced people eventually miss the positive aspects of a committed relationship and want to find a new partner. Before considering remarriage, however, make sure that this is really what you want. Here's how to increase the odds of having a successful second marriage.
When parents divorce, it can be very hard on the children. Here are 18 steps you can take to soften the blow.
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