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Watch out for These Signs of Parental Alienation
There is growing awareness about a form of child psychological abuse called "parental alienation" and its harm to children.
Follow these tips on how to co-parent with a vindictive ex-spouse, including ways to communicate and deal with their toxic behavior during and post-divorce.
Trust is at the core of all meaningful relationships, but what happens when that trust is lost?
Parental Alienation Syndrome is real and should be taken seriously. Learn more about PAS and the steps you should consider taking.
When coping with divorce, one parent’s “gift showering” can be stressful for the kids and on the divorce. Divorce advice: shared experience rather than presents makes kids happy. Follow these tips to balance over-indulgence from your ex during divorce recovery.
While the process of a divorce usually signals an end to the intimate relationship between the parents, there is still a co-parenting relationship that needs to continue when there are children involved. Parents need to develop a healthy relationship post-divorce for the emotional and psychological well-being of the children.
Father’s Day can be one of the best days of the year for any father, regardless of whether his children are young or old. But, sometimes Father’s Day can instead be painful, especially when the father looks at his current child custody order, visitation schedule, or parenting plan and sees that Father’s Day is actually one of mother’s days of custodial time under the order or agreement. This article addresses several things that a father can do if Father’s Day happens to fall on “her day.”