If you’re waiting to file for divorce, or even to tell your spouse that the marriage is over, there are many things to consider and it hard to know where to start. Follow these 10 steps to make that first discussion as productive as possible.
Holidays and Divorce
Co-parenting during the holiday season can be stressful, especially if you and your ex-spouse don’t know how to approach this new dynamic in your relationship. Luckily, there are steps you can follow to ensure that, as parents, you guys do the best you can to make this holiday a wonderful experience for your children.
Let’s face it, it’s a challenge for parents to create new traditions and devise a plan to survive the holidays. For the recently divorced parent, the holidays can be an emotional, stressful, and perhaps a lonely time of year – especially if they don’t have new traditions and support systems in place.
Just because you and your ex-spouse are no longer together doesn’t mean you can’t co-parent peacefully during the holiday season. There are many ways divorced parents can make the holidays memorable for their children.