With time and patience, you can begin to visualize the kind of relationship you need to thrive. You don’t have to let your past dictate the decisions you make today. Remember to be gentle with yourself and others on your journey.
Children and Divorce
The challenges your children will face during your divorce will vary based on their age. So should you wait until the children are older to get divorced, or is it better to split now – especially if you are in a high-conflict marriage?
August and March are popular months for divorce filings. What will an August divorce mean for your child as they begin a new school year?
Negative emotions can lead to rash behaviors and bad decisions during the divorce process. Therapy can be a good solution to find support and to manage negative emotions during divorce.
You’ve made the decision to divorce. Considered the economic and financial repercussions of that decision. But have you considered what it will mean for the child-parent relationship after high-conflict divorce?
There are plenty of things a divorced dad can do to protect his daughter from the damaging effects of long-term conflict during and after divorce. A divorced dad can empower his daughter with a willingness to put her interests first by using these strategies.
Divorce is hard for your kids. Here are some tips on how to create or maintain a positive relationship with your children after divorce.
If this is your first Mother’s Day after divorce, consider the following advice before deciding whether or not to include your children’s grandmother in celebrations.
Parental conflict can do more harm to a child than having separated parents. Follow these tips on protecting your children from any conflict that may arise during your divorce.
Whether you’re still going through the divorce process or have been divorced for many years, your children’s well-being must stay top of mind.