Being happy during the holidays starts with you. If you are dreading the holiday season this year, here are some things to consider.
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Show compassion for your kids if they seem stressed or worried about presents, holiday schedules, or other issues. Assure them that you will help them to navigate through rocky patches and that it’s normal to feel stressed during the holidays.
There is no doubt that co-parenting is sometimes hard, but it is healthier for your children to spend time with both parents and receive the benefit of both parent’s input on major life decisions.
Christmas cheer can put a strain on any marriage. If you want to save your marriage from holiday stress don’t make these bad decisions.
Holidays can be very difficult for divorced co-parents. Learn four important truths that will help you have the right attitude for the holidays.
How to keep yourself safe and start a new life when exiting a controlling and violent marriage.
Understanding the financial implications of divorce before the asset negotiation begins can make an extremely emotionally difficult situation easier to navigate.