Minimizing the Effect of Divorce on Children
Adjusting to life after divorce can be difficult, especially if there are children involved. Changing your role as a parent will take work from both you and your spouse. Above all, remember to keep your children out of the tension that divorce creates. Here are some tips on how to continue to be a great parent after your divorce.
Remember to keep your children out of the tension that divorce creates.
Ten Tips for Keeping Your Kids Out of the Divorce
Do not let your spouse leave the family residence with your children. If this occurs, seek the immediate advice of legal counsel. Learn how to keep your kids out of the divorce.
Ten Tips on How to Avoid the Disneyland Dad (Parent) Syndrome
It’s usually dads that get blamed for the “Disneyland parent” syndrome, but in reality both parents can feel compelled to spoil a child to make up for a divorce. Learn how to be a better father after divorce.
Single Parents Raise Good Kids, Too!
Broken Home: This derogatory label causes much pain and misunderstanding. Too often, children living in single parent households have to contend with negative stereotypes and hurtful remarks from insensitive adults.