If you’re divorced from a narcissist, you know that a narcissist can be a bit glitchy, or more glitchy around the holidays. Why? Because they’re entitled to all the attention.
Children and Divorce
If you’re divorced and lonely instead of viewing the holidays as something you have to “get through” view it as an opportunity to do something that reinforces your inner strength.
Parting ways with your spouse might have been inevitable, but you can still make a positive impact on your child by taking control of the situation and doing whatever it takes to bond with them and influence their mindset.
With a little creative thinking and the courage to reach toward others, holidays without our children can be reconstructed anew. It is an opportunity to invent new traditions and customs that are satisfying and rewarding in their own right.
Well, parenting plans are designed to accommodate a specific family so it may or may not be 50/50 which would mean equal time. It may be every other weekend and depends on the parties and the needs of the children. If the parties agree to live in close proximity to each other and each is […]
Before you decide to cry into your turkey and pumpkin pie, here are six ways to keep yourself from going crazy with sadness this Thanksgiving alone.
Here is the reality, life goes on after divorce and so does your role as a father. You can make the choice to step up and be the best parent you can be to your children or, you can fade away and take the easy way out.
When you swear to be together for good or bad, you think that your marriage will last forever.
Divorce is a challenging time for spouses and the kids involved. Partners need to realize that it’s their responsibility to ensure the kids come out of this experience with as little emotional harm as possible.
Here are four tips to help you structure your co-parenting arrangement successfully and make it work for your family.