Getting Divorced can be draining. You need to be sure to take care of yourself in the process. And the sooner the better so you can move forward.. This article outlines the basic steps for keeping your sanity during a divorce, including acceptance, grieving, focusing, forgiving and moving on. Prepare to be inspired!
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Divorce Mediation provides parents with a valuable alternative to an adversarial divorce. By employing mediation for divorce, parents have the opportunity to work together to create a parenting plan suitable for their children’s upbringing. This article makes a Win-Win case with 10 reasons for employing Divorce Mediation.
Children of divorced parents may feel the effects of divorce at every age. Many divorcing parents have the false impression that children in college are immune to the effects of divorce. This article states that parental divorce can destabilize the lives of their college children as well. Later-in-life divorce is unexpected.
Is there remarriage after divorce? A second try can work if lessons are learned the first time around. In general, successful remarriages require that each spouse work on their own failings. This article provides reasons for its pessimistic view of divorce and remarriage, but tips for success are presented as well.
When you can safely say that your marriage isn’t going to work, then consider home based divorce counseling for your children even before downloading the online divorce forms. How? Organize a family meeting to break the news. The article offers suggestions for making a “Divorce” Family Meeting work.
For high conflict divorces, we often find a family history of parent or child abandonment. Impact to the child of divorce can be devastating. Examples include overreaction to the death of a pet and depression over a friend moving away. This article explores abandonment as is pertains to divorce and child custody battles.
The statistics on children of divorce are telling. Examples include lower grades, greater likelihood of psychological help, at risk of being a victim violent crime. They are more likely to commit suicide or drop out of high school. This article presents extensive findings on the hidden effects of divorce on children.
This article represents a letter written by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach (of the Jerusalem Post) to Britney Spears, starlet, and addresses important issues regarding the effects of divorce on children. Divorce for kids of public figures can have an even greater negative effect on them and other children. Kids, divorce and publicity do not mix well.
Parents undergoing a painful legal separation will typically discuss divorce custody issues. Their legal advisors will also set out child custody guidelines. But what about after the divorce? This article looks at things that children of divorce must have after a divorce, such as reassurance, predictability, consistency.
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