The holidays don’t have to be a time of sadness and stress overload. Focus on caring for yourself and your children, giving back to those who have supported you, and healing from your divorce. Here are 4 ways to put the “happy” back into “happy holidays.”
Handling the Holidays
Some parents dread Halloween worrying about fighting with their ex, splitting time with them, or missing out on Halloween altogether if it isn’t their year.
For the newly separated or divorced, the holidays can generate an extra load of stress and anxiety. Follow these tips to go from dreading to enjoying the holidays again.
Some divorced parents are irrational, unreasonable, and unable to keep their children out of the middle of the conflict they have with their co-parent – and they tend to ramp up their bad behavior on holidays. Here’s how to handle your ex during Thanksgiving.
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.
Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be doomed because you’re getting divorced. How will you be spending it this year?
What makes you feel joy? Go ahead and do it! Celebrate love – on Valentine’s Day and every day of the year! Feel the joy of love rush through you non-stop.
Here are five ideas to keep you sane in the new year while you deal with your recent divorce.
As parents, whether biological, step, foster or blended, we have a responsibility to ensure that the holidays, either faith-based or secular, are an uncomplicated and enjoyable experience for those children in our care.
The best gifts you can give have nothing to do with price tags and are all about time and love.