Below I’ve listed a variety of articles that address key issues for parenting kids through separation and divorce. Some are more relevant to parents in the beginning stages while other posts touch on topics related to parents further down the road.
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First and foremost give yourself time to heal. Part of that healing involves accepting responsibility for your part in the marriage not having been successful. One common mistake made by divorcees is buying into the idea that we were just…Read More
Encourage a two home concept. Children should feel they have a home with both Mom and Dad regardless of how much time is spent with either parent. Be supportive of both homes. Avoid judging or criticizing your child’s home with…Read More
Many parents struggle with the issue of seeking help for their children. Some common concerns parents have are: Is my child behaving normally or is this because of the divorce? Should I be worried about how they are reacting? When…Read More
One of the most damaging aspects of divorce consistently emphasized by researchers, mental health professionals and family courts conflict between parents. When children are exposed to heated debates, badmouthing, insults and high conflict situations, they suffer tremendously. Kids literally view…Read More