Put on your big girl pants before talking to your kids about your divorce. Telling them about our divorce was the worst part for me.
Parents protect children against emotional fallouts. But when divorce becomes high conflict and life-disrupting some parents fail to protect their child.
Getting divorced comes with some unknowns and some fears. It's the fears I have for my daughters as they get older that gets me the most.
Divorce is good for kids if addiction is present in the home. There are other reasons, also that divorce is in a child's best interest.
Wouldn't it be great if you could cut out the parenting things that don't work and focus your energy on what does work?
If you're getting a divorce and terrified of the affects it will have on your kids, don’t freak out yet. Divorce could be the best thing for them.
During a divorce, your children will have varying degrees of emotions throughout the process that should be addressed. Here are some tips that may help.
When the children are older a parents divorce is supposed to be easier. Adult children of divorce are impacted in unique ways when parents divorce.
Thinking about staying together for the children? Recent research says it isn't best for the children and you need to rethink your reasons for staying.
Getting divorced? How will you break the news to your kids? Here are four tips on what not to do when talking to kids about your divorce.
Children of divorce learn some positive and valuable life lessons during their parent's divorce. Divorce, can and does have valuable things to teach children.
Divorce is extremely difficult for kids to comprehend and accept. Be prepared for lots of hard questions about your divorce and to respond.
Children reflect back in their own lives what they see and experience every day. Mothers owe their children the following ten things on a consistent basis.
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