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Category Archives: Divorce Parenting

Tips on How to Give Your Kids a Great Childhood After They Go Through a Divorce

Divorce is devastating to families. Children are especially effective. Though children can be resilient if the best tools are available to help them cope, they can also be greatly vulnerable and impressionable. Children look up to their parents, and when the two of you get a divorce, you feel like…

June 24th, 2016 Divorce Parenting

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

Divorced Parents, Why You Should Hit The Breaks On Dating

Divorced parents have an interesting set of responsibilities when it comes to how they move along with the next chapter of their lives. Some want to get right back out into the dating world, while others do so with trepidation and months, if not years, of contemplation. If you are…

March 23rd, 2015 Divorce Parenting, Life After Divorce

Where Divorce Can Improve Your Parenting Skills

The decision to file for divorce doesn’t come easy when kids are involved because you have to balance your own happiness with the security of your children. Kids are often too immature to handle the complex human emotions involved in a divorce, and they need your help and protection every…

February 23rd, 2015 Divorce Parenting
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
Co-Parenting And Dating

Co-Parenting And Dating: Why You Should Talk To Your Ex

Co-parenting after one of you decides to file for divorce can be tricky business. After all, it’s not just your own happiness that is at stake. It’s the peace and tranquility of your children, which can turn on a dime when you decide to start dating. For starters, your child…

January 5th, 2015 Divorce and Children, Divorce Parenting
Parenting Marriage

Parenting Marriage: Surprisingly Sensible or Utterly Insane?

In a new post, blogger and therapist Susan Pease Gadoua outlines the keys to a healthy marriage when you realize you are no longer in love with your spouse. The notion is that many people decide to file for divorce when they may not have to, provided they are willing…

November 24th, 2014 Divorce Parenting, Marriage Problems & Advice

Back-To-School Tips For Divorced Parents

After you’ve decided to file for divorce, you think the hard part’s over — unless you’re a parent. Parents know how difficult it can be to maintain a civil relationship with each other while also doing what’s best for their child and attempting to implement their own unique parenting styles.…

August 11th, 2014 Divorce Parenting

Massachusetts Bill Wants To Ban Sex, Dating During A Divorce

A Massachusetts lawmaker has set forth a bill that would ban parents from having sex in their own homes while divorce papers are pending. The bill would also not allow a parent to bring a date home without a judge’s permission. Almost immediately, the pending legislation stirred up controversy on…

March 31st, 2014 Divorce Law, Divorce Parenting, Massachusetts Divorce

The Greatest Gift A Single Parent Can Give To Their Child

Recently, Huffington Post asked their readers to share some hard truths about being a single parent once they decided to file for divorce. While the website culled through hundreds of responses and eventually published the top 11, there was one that really stood out to us: “Realize that there’s a…

March 14th, 2014 Divorce and Children, Divorce Parenting

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