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.
Co-Parenting after Divorce
Your children connect you to your co-parent for life – which can feel like a life sentence! Follow these 7 simple rules to reclaim your happiness and your life!
Divorce is hard for your kids. Here are some tips on how to create or maintain a positive relationship with your children after divorce.
Mother’s Day or Father’s Day can be challenging for divorced parents. Here are 5 ways to be a hero and a role model for your kids – in spite of how you feel about your ex.
Co-parenting with an uncooperative ex-spouse is harmful for you and your children. Learn how to begin successfully parallel parenting and minimize the negative impacts felt by your children.
In custody and divorce matters, sometimes one parent may intercede in the relationship between the child and their “Other Parent.” This letter shares how the child is impacted by these actions.
The role of emotional parenting in divorce: should parents spend as much energy meeting their child’s emotional needs as they do their physical and financial needs during divorce?
As children get older, their parents’ divorce will continue to have a lasting effect on their lives. Parents of adult children of divorce should keep the following information and tips in mind.
Co-parenting with a narcissistic ex-spouse can bring many challenges. Learn the eight ways to deal with a narcissistic ex when there are children involved.
If you’ve started seriously contemplating divorce, how will you know if it’s time to move on from your marriage – or any significant relationship?