Deciding how to handle child-related costs and expenses can be one of the most complicated–and contentious–parts of a divorce settlement.
Children and Divorce
You didn’t make the decision to end your marriage lightly. Now that you’ve decided to split up, you need to think about helping your kids handle the way their lives are changing.
It’s no longer up to others to help you bounce back from your parents’ divorce. It can no longer be about their attitudes or behavior. It’s time for you to create change in your life and move forward.
We can acknowledge the impact divorce has on both parents without devaluing the experiences of either.
The passage of time has encompassed loads of development and changes and growth in their lives. And yet, here we are after all this time, still nesting. Our kids still call the same place “home.”
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Once you accept that you can only control your own behavior – not that of a person with a difficult or high conflict personality – your life will greatly improve.
If parents follow these strategies during the holiday season you and your ex-partner will have a higher likelihood of enjoying the festivities this year.