Divorce and Children

If you share kids with somebody, there are going to be these things called the marriage fights that will continue during
Now I lay me down to sleep...except for, I am still awake. Awake thinking of the many things I meant to do, but couldn’t
I remember feeling a bit schizophrenic about all of the festivities surrounding the holiday season. There were times when I wanted to get together with loved ones, and times I wanted to be alone, and I never quite knew when the mood for either would strike. Here are a few things I learned.
One afternoon, I drove over to the old house to pick up the boys for my custody weekend. I did not, as usual, sound the horn
So many people falsely believe that once they divorce, somehow all their problems will go away. In some cases, the divorce fighting become worse.
If we consider that each divorcing adult may have a set of parents, a sibling or two, a group of good friends, uncles, aunts, grandparents and co-workers, we quickly move from two million adults affected by divorce to thirty million feeling the power of divorce.
So how can Brad and Angelina, as well as other parents about to embark on the divorce process, protect their children? Let
Lately, I’ve had a handful of clients come into my office grappling with the idea of whether or not to divorce. It’s a fraught
Now that you’re divorced, you may be wondering how your role as a parent must change. The truth is it doesn’t need to change
I was 26 years old when my parents divorced. I never saw them act lovingly or respectfully towards one another. the most
When the father wants to be the mother. When my son was still young and I couldn't tuck him in at night half the week. When
When kids go back to school at various ages, new demands pile on parents very quickly. New schedules, new homework, new teachers, and new schools are just the beginning.
When it's their turn for parenting time, your former spouse has no problem letting your child spend hours playing Pokémon Go. It's a great incentive to get outside, he or she claims. But you've been reading up about kids and technology addiction and this latest gaming craze seems to fit all the criteria. What happens when you're a divorced parent who just wants to see Pokémon Go, Pokémon gone?
The moment you realize your parent is just a human and fallible as you.
The hardest part about coming to terms with divorce is managing the painful rollercoaster of emotions that typically ensue. It can be so overwhelming, even when it is not a surprise, that a person may lose track with what's important.