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.
Coping with Divorce
If you choose to live together during divorce, you should keep in mind how doing so might affect the outcome of your divorce case.
Divorce isn’t easy, so be kind to yourself during the holidays and remember to still be thankful for the good things in your life.
When divorce opens the door to psychological suffering, its time to find the right mental health counselor for you. But in such a large field, it’s hard to know who you’ll work well with.
Some fathers are irrational, misguided and unable to keep their children out of the middle of the conflict they have with the mother. It isn’t only during the holidays.
With so much stress and so many emotions, divorce can have physical and mental side effects that you need to be prepared for.
The prospects of spending the holidays as a single woman may feel daunting and you’re dreading the whole season altogether. You may be experiencing feelings of depression, sadness, and fear. How will you get through it all?
How you handle and react to the stresses that are in your life are critical decisions during the divorce process. How you conduct yourself in this time WILL define you.
When you are newly divorced it feels as if your world has been ripped apart. Friends say things will get better; but how? Here are five things you can do to help yourself heal from the divorce.
For some divorced or separated parents, holiday parenting time may be a difficult time of year as their children may spend more time with the other parent and less time with them.