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There are ways to get through the holidays when getting a divorce. Reach out to co-workers, friends, and family and accompany them to events. Divorce let you discontinue holiday traditions that no longer fit and replace them with ones that are both meaningful and enjoyable.
For some people, the holidays and stress go together like turkey and stuffing. For families who have just finished the divorce process, this season can become even more difficult: children may feel stress and confusion rather than peace and joy when facing the holidays. Here are tips for helping your kids enjoy happier holidays after divorce.
In divorce recovery, starting over in a new town after divorce is daunting, especially if over 50, if kids have left, if the job is gone, or if you're retired. This divorce advice tells you how to handle the disappointments and loneliness when old friends don’t call and new friends let you down. These divorce tips will keep you sane while you make the transition in a new place. It takes courage and bravery to create a whole new life from scratch – especially after grey divorce. Here’s how.
Whenever possible, fathers need to sustain a close connection with their children – through phone calls, regular contact, holiday time, birthdays, and special occasions – to promote a loving attachment that endures through rough patches.
Not sure how to integrate a new significant other to your children? Utilize this "thought tree" and make the most out of your divorce and the holidays.
Planning ahead and collaborating on issues such as spousal and child support ensures a sense of stability, helping you manage the financial impact of divorce.
Don't play the blame game or allow divorce guilt to influence what is rightfully yours in a divorce case.
Divorce should be a beneficial experience if responded to peacefully, respectfully and with dignity.