Celebrate Father’s Day as it was intended – a special day to celebrate the bond between a father and his kids. Don’t let the divorce draw your attention away from what matters on Father’s Day.
Children and Divorce
Do not give up your children and throw in the towel because of their social lives, inconveniences, and teenage hormones. It would mean the world to a child to receive a phone call every day, or every other day, saying the simplest things; a five minute call.
Following both COVID and sun safety guidelines will guarantee a stress-free holiday and most importantly a well-deserved vacation post-pandemic.
Tackling college costs is stressful enough for any family. For separated or divorced parents, planning for college can be an extra source of stress and contention.
When telling your children about your divorce be as quick possible. Choose your words carefully and make sure to show a united front.
Initial communication regarding your divorce should be as short as possible. Let your children know there will be changes because of the divorce, and that you will both be there for them no matter what. Choose your wording carefully.
It is always important to remember that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to introducing a new partner, and there is no guarantee that even if you do it the “right” way your kids will fall in line.
It is crucial for parents to focus on the emotional needs of their children during divorce. No matter how angry or upset parents are, learning to keep their children’s best interest at the forefront is crucial.
How can young adults reconnect with their fathers following all the ugliness and drama that’s at the core of so many divorces?
From the precious time of birth through seven years old, the groundwork is laid that determines what adolescent years will look like. And while the celebration and acceptance of femininity in daughters is not the entire picture, it is a foundational aspect of it.