Remember the saying, “All things shall pass.” This was my motto during divorce and it can be used during a less favorite season. The cycle of seasons, like life, encompasses variety and keeps things interesting.
holidays after divorce
Vacationing with your kids should be a highlight of the summer. Whether it’s seeing different parts of the country or world, visiting friends and family, or simply relaxing close to home, vacations are a time for families to connect and make new memories.
I wish I could erect a wall of remembrance and fill it with names of all the dear single moms I know. Like soldiers, they have gone through a battle, fighting valiantly for health, happiness, light, life, truth, safety, peace, and recovery for themselves and their children.
Taking a vacation has many benefits, both on a personal and professional level. Here are some reasons why you should take a vacation after divorce.
To reduce the stress of co-parenting, be flexible and resist the urge to compete with your ex-spouse.
The holidays after divorce can be a tough time. Here are some tips for those of us who will be experiencing the holidays after separation.
Is this your first holiday season being newly divorced? Taking a trip can be a great way to find yourself and start the healing process.
During your first Father’s Day as a single dad, there are things you must consider doing in order for you and your kids to enjoy the day.
Get some tips on how to get through the holidays as a single parent, to help defeat feelings of loneliness, anxiety and depression.