Blogs about the effects of divorce on children and divorced parents, including: Children’s Emotional Issues & Recovery, Visitation and Scheduling, Co-Parenting Agreements/Parenting Plans, Parental Alienation, and Stepfamily Issues.
Following these tips on helping teenagers cope with divorce will allow your children to get through your divorce in a smoother way.
The role of emotional parenting in divorce: parents should spend as much (if not more) energy on meeting their child's emotional needs as they do their physical and financial needs during divorce.
As children get older, their parents' divorce will continue to have a lasting effect on their lives. Parents of adult children of divorce should keep the following information and tips in mind.
Co-parenting with a narcissistic ex-spouse can bring many challenges. Learn the eight ways to deal with a narcissistic ex when there are children involved.
How one couple moved from grief and guilt to respect and cooperation as same-sex co-parents. Focussing on their daughter helped them to recover from the breakdown of their romantic relationship and transition to their new relationship as co-parents.
Keep children out of the divorce drama. Divorce is the breakdown of a relationship between two adults. Let children know it is not about them and that they are loved.
The holidays can be a complicated time for children of divorce. The best present divorced parents can give their children is an enjoyable and stress-free holiday season; here are 7 tips for achieving that goal.
Parental alienation generally occurs when one parent sways a child into disengaging with the other parent, usually by speaking negatively about the other parent and/or refusing to permit or coordinate contact and timesharing between the child and that other parent.