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For immediate release – December 21, 2006
Top Ten Holiday Tips for Divorced Parents
Toronto, ON — Feeling a little stressed? You’re not alone, says Dan Couvrette, Publisher and CEO of Divorce Magazine and DivorceMagazine.com. “We’re all feeling the pressures of the season, with the parties to attend, gifts to buy, and cards to send.” But if you’re divorced, this time of year can be particularly challenging. “Holidays tend to accentuate the fact that things are no longer as they once were,” Couvrette explains. “That’s why it’s important to take steps now to prepare for happier holidays for you and your family.”
With that objective in mind, and to help mark our 10th anniversary, Divorce Magazine presents a Top Ten list of tips to help divorced couples with children cope with the holidays. This list was written by Los Angeles divorce attorney Stacy D. Phillips, a Certified Family Law Specialist, Divorce Magazine feature writer, and the author of the book, Divorce: It’s All About Control: How to Win the Emotional, Psychological, and Legal Wars.
Here they are, Divorce Magazine’s Top Ten Tips for divorced parents with children: