Surviving the holidays can be tough enough, but the season can be especially challenging for families that are dealing with divorce or separation. The best gift in those situations is to put the children first and make it a point to make the holidays happy.
Here are five tips to help you navigate the stress-inducing divorced family holidays.
Moms, in general, are overwhelmed. Add divorce to the mix and becoming a single mom and their challenges are even greater.
Divorced ends a marriage. It doesn’t, however, have to end a family. If you and your spouse work together you can create a healthy family dynamic for your children after divorce.
If you’re divorcing someone with an addiction, it can have an impact on your divorce. See the five ways below.
Divorce is stressful enough for children. Throw in a lack of routine in their lives and you’ll find parenting after divorce quite difficult.
After a divorce, it’s important for both parents to have involvement in their children’s lives. As a father, follow these tips to ensure you stay connected with your kids.
As a father, you play an important role in making sure your children do not become casualties of your divorce.
Divorced from an alcoholic? Do you have a plan in place in case they go to rehab?
Single mothers have the opportunity to teach their children by example. To help ensure it’s a good example, consider these six suggestions.