There are no right or wrong answers nor a one-size-fits-all solution to this dilemma. Think carefully and proceed with the option that leads to the highest good.
Handling the Holidays
With the holidays comes a lot of different problems related to stress and anxiety. By following a few of these tips you can go from dreading to enjoying the holidays.
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.
While your first holiday season post divorce may not be easy, with a little planning it can be the beginning of a positive next chapter with happier seasons to come.
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.
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?
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.
Your single mom Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be sad or lonely. Use these 7 unique ideas to celebrate Valentine’s Day whether you have a partner or not.
Going through both a divorce and the holidays can be a mixture of emotions. With these tips, find what works for your social life during the holidays.
If Father’s Day lands on the mother’s visitation schedule, there are still steps a father can take to make sure the holiday is spent with his children.