Parental alienation is serious and can have a lasting negative impact on the parent-child relationship if not addressed promptly and properly.
The narcissistic parent isn’t capable of “normal” paternal instincts. They view their children as objects meant to fulfill the narcissist’s needs, instead of the other way around.
If you have tried to be reasonable with your ex, and they are still refusing to follow the parenting plan, then filing for contempt may be a solution.
Divorce sucks (I’ll just say it) but that does not mean it has to ruin you financially, destroy any chance of co-parenting in the future or, most importantly, have a negative effect on any child involved.
One of the many things a co-parent needs to wrap their head around when going through a divorce are the tax implications of their divorce agreement. Unfortunately, there are many different myths which can make the process even more confusing than it already is.
Patience is the name of the game as child/ste-parent bonding takes commitment and time.
A request to modify custody based on extreme religious beliefs of the custodial parent typically requires the court to balance the interest of the parties.
Explaining that their parent’s addiction has nothing to do with them will help to prevent your children from internalizing any negative feelings that come from having to cope with an addicted parent.
Adopted children already live with the idea that their birth parent gave them up. Add divorce and the concerns that come with their adopted parents also giving them up and their security will suffer a double whammy.
Here are five tips to help you navigate the stress-inducing divorced family holidays.