Many resources suggest parental divorce leads to behavioral issues in children, but not all become criminals because there are so many benefits to these children.
When parents’ divorce, children, at times get lost in the conflict. As a parent, your job to make sure your child feels safe and secure during divorce.
When it comes to infidelity and divorce there are five things I'd tell my children to keep them from making the same mistakes I made.
Is your child one of the 25 percent with divorced parents who is stressed to the max about your divorce? Do you know the signs of stress due to divorce?
As parents, it is our responsibility to teach our children how to express and receive healthy love and affection. Here are guidelines on how to do that.
We are all wired differently. Understanding how we are wired and how we can rewire when we're out of whack is all part of the journey to healing.
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.
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