Whether they’re in preschool or college, a divorce can affect children and their performance in school at any age. Follow these tips to help your children cope and feel supported during this difficult time.
Co-Parenting after Divorce
Keep your children’s well-being a priority after divorce by maintaining a healthy co-parenting relationship with your ex-spouse.
What’s the best way to co-parent an anxious teen? How do divorced parents ensure that they’re co-parenting in ways that aren’t inducing more anxiety in their child?
While you will likely face numerous challenges while single parenting, there are ways to make this post-divorce transition easier on your child.
If you understand the basics of child custody – and you and your ex are willing and able to cooperate for the sake of your children – then you can create a co-parenting plan that makes your kids feel secure, happy, and loved.
How to bench your Inner “Kobe Bryant” in order to handle co-parenting competition and jealousy with grace – most of the time, anyway.
What are your options if your ex wants to move out of state with your child after divorce? That will depend on your custody agreement and whether or not you object to the move in court.
You’ve decided to divorce. Now comes the most difficult part of divorce: telling your child about your decision. How you break the news to your child will play a huge role in how well your child adjusts to your upcoming divorce.
A former Family Court Judge, Lawrence R. Jones, offers these tips – and an eye-opening music video – to help you become a better parent and help your children after separation and divorce.
Telling your children is one of the most difficult parts of getting a divorce. The tips that follow will help you prepare for this tough conversation.