MyDivorcePapers Blog

We're here to make your life easier to manage and to help you begin your new start.

Category Archives: Divorce and Children

Are Children of Divorce More Prone to Getting Divorced?

Are children of divorce more likely to end up getting divorced? Numerous studies have been conducted on this topic, often called the “intergenerational transmission of divorce” in the past few decades. While most of the earlier reports found evidence to show that divorce, indeed, causes more divorces, failed relationships, and…

October 17th, 2016 Divorce and Children

How to Help Your Kids Still Believe in Love after Your Divorce

It is difficult to still believe in love after your divorce. And the process becomes even harder when there are children involved as they are the casualty of the failed marriage. As a parent, we understand that you want tips on how to give your kids a great childhood after…

September 12th, 2016 Divorce and Children
Help Your Kids Transition During a Divorce

How to Help Your Kids Transition During a Divorce

You may be thinking, “how can I help my kids transition during a divorce?” One of the biggest reasons unhappy married couples stay in a marriage is because of their children. According to the Daily Mail, one in four couples stay together solely for the fear of breaking up their…

May 18th, 2016 Divorce and Children
Taking Divorce Out on Your Kids

4 Ways You May Be Taking Divorce Out on Your Kids

No parent sets out to take divorce out on their children, but that is often what happens amid particularly bitter divorces. It’s something that Rosalind Sedacca sees all too often as evidenced in her post for Moving Past Divorce. “The results can be devastating — not only for the ‘target’ parent, but…

June 17th, 2015 Divorce and Children, Divorce Parenting
Parenting Pressures That Can Lead to Divorce

2 Parenting Pressures That Can Lead to Divorce

It’s often uncomfortable to link children to the cause of your divorce. After all, they didn’t ask to be brought in to the world, and they’re often what you make of them. Therefore, it comes across as unfair and disingenuous to put the responsibility on them. However, there are some…

June 10th, 2015 Divorce and Children, Grounds for Divorce
Explain Divorce to Your Children

How to Explain Divorce to Your Children

Explaining divorce to your children can be an incredibly difficult thing, especially considering that in doing so, you’re likely breaking a lot of new personal ground. A slight majority of divorces involve people, who have at least one child, and it’s usually their first divorce, so on top of trying…

June 8th, 2015 Divorce and Children
Divorce Consequences of Trashing the Ex to Children

3 Divorce Consequences of Trashing the Ex to Your Children

There are times in the life of almost every divorced parent when they feel like lashing out at their ex. That’s because divorces aren’t the most rational things that two people can experience. It often feels like a betrayal and a personal insult, especially if the parties leave each other…

June 1st, 2015 Divorce and Children
Rich Dad, Poor Mom: Son's Value His Mom's Struggles

Rich Dad, Poor Mom: Read This Son’s Moving Example Of His Mom’s Struggles

We don’t often share a lot of personal stories about how divorce affects people, but what we’re about to share really resonates because it highlights the key challenges that women often face in a divorce. While there are some cases where the opposite could be true, more women take on…

May 13th, 2015 Divorce and Children, Divorce and Finances
What Will Your Child Ask You About Divorce?

What Will Your Child Ask You About Divorce?

When you decide to file for divorce — or you have the papers filed on you — it can be especially tough on the children. It’s during these times they are likely to ask the most unwelcome of questions. Sometimes you may not have an answer. Sometimes you may have…

February 16th, 2015 Divorce and Children
Rules For Dads In A Divorce

3 Rules For Dads In A Divorce

When one party decides to file for divorce, it can take a toll on children, especially if they find themselves caught in the crossfire of hostilities between the two parents they love and respect so much. As a father, you cannot control the other side’s thoughts, words, and actions, but you…

January 23rd, 2015 Divorce and Children, Divorce Parenting

Home | Leadership Team | Help Center | Privacy Policy | Terms & Conditions | Disclaimer

© 2014 MyDivorcePapers.com, All Rights Reserved.

Back to Top