Holidays without your kids during divorce feels awful. The holidays will be different this year if you are going through a divorce. Painful, maybe, especially without your kids. You can survive and it will get better. Here are four tips.
Co-Parenting after Divorce
Getting a divorce when children are involved means that you will have a long-term relationship with your former spouse. This article will give you a frame of reference to engage in healthy communication and forge a new relationship.
Parallel co-parenting minimizes arguments between high-conflict divorcing parents while maximizing the involvement that each parent has in their child’s life. It allows both parents to be very involved in their children’s lives – without being involved in each other’s lives.
There are many topics that need to be discussed and issues that have to be agreed on before blending your family.
Working through relationship conflict doesn’t have to mean “fighting.” Here’s a better approach for those with divorce or co-parenting problems to solve.
Modification of a child support order begins with filing a form by which either party can ask the court to reconsider the current child support arrangement.
The goal with back to school planning is to set the year up for success so incorporate any strategies or professionals that will help you meet that goal.
What matters most for your children is the absence of conflict during co-parenting. Find your “sweet spot” on the co-parenting continuum.
When the aftermath of destruction is better than the ideal. Sometimes, people parent better apart, than they do when together. This is my story.
Depression impacts so many physical functions, from your own well-being and ability to have a new, meaningful relationship to your child’s happiness and social life.