The idea of going to divorce court is daunting. If you’re nervous about how to behave in court, here are six tips for you to follow.
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Parental guilt can arise at any point before, during, and after divorce. Recognize that you are probably being too hard on yourself and follow these tips for dealing with the guilt.
Following these tips on helping teenagers cope with divorce will allow your children to get through your divorce in a smoother way.
As children get older, their parents’ divorce will continue to have a lasting effect on their lives. Parents of adult children of divorce should keep the following information and tips in mind.
Consider joining a support group or create your own support system or to help you deal with loneliness when recovering from divorce.
Keep children out of your divorce drama! Let them know your divorce is not about them, and that you’ll always love them.
Dealing with divorce and the holidays? Consider replacing traditions that no longer fit with ones that are meaningful and enjoyable.
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While coping with divorce, ask for help when you need it, let go of what is out of your control, and only try to change what is in your power to change.