The process of separating from someone that you have been with for a long time is not an easy process, made even more complex with children in the picture.
Children's and Parenting Issues after Divorce
A break up is difficult on its own, but when the thing that you least expect becomes “you’re expecting,” it makes the situation all the more complicated.
It’s important to encourage your child to participate in hobbies and sports in order to give them an outlet to express themselves post-divorce.
If you’re going through the divorce process, here are things you can try to make it easier on yourself and your children.
Covid-19 has struck our nation, changing the way we live our daily lives. If you are separated or divorced, you know how difficult co-parenting can be. During the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, social distancing can make co-parenting especially challenging.
Every unhappy family may be unique, but right now, a lot of families are unhappy in a similar way for similar reasons. Here are tips for keeping your family intact during the Coronavirus.
Thirteen insights and messages children of divorce want their parents to know and understand that parents often overlook or don’t want to hear.
Even in the best of times, happiness in a second marriage can be difficult to sustain. However, fostering a safe space where you and your partner (and family members) can turn to each other for support, is key to helping you all weather the storm.
During this time, I remind my children (and myself) that during a crisis- more so than at any other time- we are either part of the problem or part of the solution.
When you’re a divorced parent, being separated from your child when your former spouse takes custody is difficult enough. But doing it during a pandemic can be downright unbearable.