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Divorce and Kids

Collection by Kelly Eden | Feature Writer | Writing Mentor • Last updated 1 day ago

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Divorce is hard on kids. Quotes tips and advice for parents going through divorce or separation. #kidsanddivorce #singlemom #singleparent

Kelly Eden | Feature Writer | Writing Mentor
After you have made a decision to get a divorce, you need to have a conversation with your children about divorce. Read my advice for telling your kids you are getting a divorce and how to handle that delicate conversation. Making sure you handle it the right way is critical for your child’s sense of safety and security amid the changes and the new family dynamic. Divorce and Kids | Divorce Advice

How to Tell Your Kids You Are Getting Divorced

After you have made a decision to get a divorce, you need to have a conversation with your children about divorce. Read my advice for telling your kids you are getting a divorce and how to handle that delicate conversation. Making sure you handle it the right way is critical for your child’s sense of safety and security amid the changes and the new family dynamic. Divorce and Kids | Divorce Advice

10 Positive Mantras To Recite When Your Co-Parent Pushes Your Buttons

10 Positive Mantras To Recite When Your Co-Parent Pushes Your Buttons

1. I am a great parent Your co-parent may do everything in their power to provoke you, from calling names to telling you how horrible of a parent you are. It’s up to you whether you choose to respond or not; however, we recommend staying outside of this type of communication and setting a boundary. The reason they may try to pull you down is because they have a motive to hurt you and they know this may be a sore spot for you. Only you can determine what kind of parent you are, as their…

After you have made a decision to get a divorce, you need to have a conversation with your children about divorce. Read my advice for telling your kids you are getting a divorce and how to handle that delicate conversation. Making sure you handle it the right way is critical for your child’s sense of safety and security amid the changes and the new family dynamic. Divorce and Kids | Divorce Advice Kids Questions, Change Is Hard, Divorce And Kids, Family Units, Getting Divorced, I Am Sad, Brutally Honest, My College, Single Parenting

The Brutally Honest Truth About Kids and Divorce: What and How to Tell Them You Are Getting Divorced

After you have made a decision to get a divorce, you need to have a conversation with your children about divorce. Read my advice for telling your kids you are getting a divorce and how to handle that delicate conversation. Making sure you handle it the right way is critical for your child’s sense of safety and security amid the changes and the new family dynamic. Divorce and Kids | Divorce Advice

Does the idea of working with your ex to establish a co-parenting schedule fill you with dread? Dealing with divorce while nurturing and raising children can be complicated. Understanding how to communicate with your ex about issues regarding your children includes setting boundaries and taking responsibility for your part in the divorce as well as your contribution to the co-parenting partnership. Listen to this podcast for co-parenting tips as you begin your co-parenting relationship. Dealing With Divorce, Divorce With Kids, Dating After Divorce, Step Parenting, Single Parenting, Parenting Hacks, Parenting Workshop, Setting Boundaries, Tough Love

Co-Parenting & Divorce Tips

Does the idea of working with your ex to establish a co-parenting schedule fill you with dread? Dealing with divorce while nurturing and raising children can be complicated. Understanding how to communicate with your ex about issues regarding your children includes setting boundaries and taking responsibility for your part in the divorce as well as your contribution to the co-parenting partnership. Listen to this podcast for co-parenting tips as you begin your co-parenting relationship.

Does the idea of working with your ex to establish a co-parenting schedule fill you with dread? Dealing with divorce while nurturing and raising children can be complicated. Understanding how to communicate with your ex about issues regarding your children includes setting boundaries and taking responsibility for your part in the divorce as well as your contribution to the co-parenting partnership. Listen to this podcast for co-parenting tips as you begin your co-parenting relationship. Step Parenting, Single Parenting, Parenting Hacks, Dealing With Divorce, Divorce And Kids, Parallel Parenting, Coparenting, Setting Boundaries, Child Custody

Co-Parenting & Divorce Tips

Does the idea of working with your ex to establish a co-parenting schedule fill you with dread? Dealing with divorce while nurturing and raising children can be complicated. Understanding how to communicate with your ex about issues regarding your children includes setting boundaries and taking responsibility for your part in the divorce as well as your contribution to the co-parenting partnership. Listen to this podcast for co-parenting tips as you begin your co-parenting relationship.

Does the idea of working with your ex to establish a co-parenting schedule fill you with dread? Dealing with divorce while nurturing and raising children can be complicated. Understanding how to communicate with your ex about issues regarding your children includes setting boundaries and taking responsibility for your part in the divorce as well as your contribution to the co-parenting partnership. Listen to this podcast for co-parenting tips as you begin your co-parenting relationship. Step Parenting, Parenting Plan, Single Parenting, Parenting Hacks, Dealing With Divorce, Divorce With Kids, Parallel Parenting, Setting Boundaries, Tough Love

Things to Consider Before Co-Parenting

Does the idea of working with your ex to establish a co-parenting schedule fill you with dread? Dealing with divorce while nurturing and raising children can be complicated. Understanding how to communicate with your ex about issues regarding your children includes setting boundaries and taking responsibility for your part in the divorce as well as your contribution to the co-parenting partnership. Listen to this podcast for co-parenting tips as you begin your co-parenting relationship.

Are you and your ex at war with each other? Discover how to find peace when it comes to your co-parenting relationship? #coparenting #singlemom #singledad #divorce #parenting Parenting Plan, Single Parenting, Parental Responsibility, Coparenting, Divorce And Kids, Emotional Development, Single Dads, Greater Good, Finding Peace

How To Transform Your Co-Parenting Relationship

When it comes to co-parenting, it’s quite common for separated and divorced parents to bring unhealthy communication patterns into their new co-parenting relationship. The high-conflict conversations from unresolved emotional wounds tend to linger, even though you and your ex have jointly made the decision to part ways for better days. To have a collaborative co-parenting relationship, it involves a mindset shift in order to transition from a romantic dynamic into a business-like partnership…

Before you begin to negotiate with your spouse, here’s what you need to know about the various forms of child custody and how they can impact your life and the lives of your children. Step Parenting, Single Parenting, Parenting Hacks, What Are Joints, Custody Rights, Custody Agreement, Divorce With Kids, Child Custody

The Different Kinds of Child Custody

Before you begin to negotiate with your spouse, here’s what you need to know about the various forms of child custody and how they can impact your life and the lives of your children.

Supporting children while going through a divorce can be difficult, but creating mutual understanding and respect between us and the other parent is critical for a peaceful transition from one household to two. What does the ideal co-parenting situation look like? Who should have the final say in where and how our children live? Before we’re able to create a plan that works for all members of the family, it’s important to agree upon and define what co-parenting looks like to everyone… Step Parenting, Parenting Plan, Single Parenting, Parenting Hacks, Divorce And Kids, My Step Mom, Family Bonding, Tough Love, Mom Advice

Child-Centered Co-Parenting Plan

Supporting children while going through a divorce can be difficult, but creating mutual understanding and respect between us and the other parent is critical for a peaceful transition from one household to two. What does the ideal co-parenting situation look like? Who should have the final say in where and how our children live? Before we’re able to create a plan that works for all members of the family, it’s important to agree upon and define what co-parenting looks like to everyone…

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3 Reasons Your Ex Is Using Your Child As A Pawn When Dating

You just got divorced a few months ago… Your ex has already moved on and seems to have found themselves head over heels in love. Meanwhile, you’re still trying to heal from your marriage ending. But, are they really in love, or did they just find a new security blanket? Jumping from one relationship to another is a sign of codependency. This stems from deep-rooted insecurity and the inability to be alone most likely due to childhood wounds. Your ex needs to externally feed off the validation…

Are you currently going through divorce? When divorce and kids mix, things can get messy. We've had experts put together a guide on how to counsel your kids through divorce. Divorce And Kids, Play Therapy, Single Parenting, Counseling, Your Child, Boyfriend, Children, Young Children, Boys

Counseling Children of Divorce: How to reduce their pain

Are you currently going through divorce? When divorce and kids mix, things can get messy. We've had experts put together a guide on how to counsel your kids through divorce.

Supporting children while going through a divorce can be difficult, but creating mutual understanding and respect between us and the other parent is critical for a peaceful transition from one household to two. What does the ideal co-parenting situation look like? Who should have the final say in where and how our children live? Before we’re able to create a plan that works for all members of the family, it’s important to agree upon and define what co-parenting looks like to everyone Step Parenting, Parenting Plan, Single Parenting, Parenting Hacks, Divorce And Kids, Dating After Divorce, Tough Love, Helping Children, Feeling Stuck

Co-Parenting & Creating a Child-Centered Co-Parenting Plan

Supporting children while going through a divorce can be difficult, but creating mutual understanding and respect between us and the other parent is critical for a peaceful transition from one household to two. What does the ideal co-parenting situation look like? Who should have the final say in where and how our children live? Before we’re able to create a plan that works for all members of the family, it’s important to agree upon and define what co-parenting looks like to everyone

Co-parenting comes with its challenges, and it can be especially tricky when we’re not always in agreement with our ex’s parenting style. However, by creating a sense of detachment between our approach and theirs, we can make the process easier on everyone involved after a divorce. Staying neutral can be easier said than done. Is there a quick-fix for staying objective, even when we would love to say something? | Co Parenting Tips | Marriage Separation with Kids Step Parenting, Parenting Styles, Single Parenting, Parenting Hacks, Marriage Separation, Divorce With Kids, Step Kids, Tough Love, Mom Advice

How to Stay Neutral While Co-Parenting | Wendy Sterling | The Divorced Woman's Guide

Co-parenting comes with its challenges, and it can be especially tricky when we’re not always in agreement with our ex’s parenting style. However, by creating a sense of detachment between our approach and theirs, we can make the process easier on everyone involved after a divorce. Staying neutral can be easier said than done. Is there a quick-fix for staying objective, even when we would love to say something? | Co Parenting Tips | Marriage Separation with Kids

Co-parenting comes with its challenges, and it can be especially tricky when we’re not always in agreement with our ex’s parenting style. However, by creating a sense of detachment between our approach and theirs, we can make the process easier on everyone involved after a divorce. Staying neutral can be easier said than done. Is there a quick-fix for staying objective, even when we would love to say something? | Co Parenting Tips | The Divorced Woman's Guide with Wendy Sterling Step Parenting, Parenting Styles, Single Parenting, Parenting Hacks, Divorce With Kids, Tough Love, Feeling Stuck, Mom Advice, Dating After Divorce

Why Detachment is the Key to Collaborative Co-Parenting with Ann Kaplan

Co-parenting comes with its challenges, and it can be especially tricky when we’re not always in agreement with our ex’s parenting style. However, by creating a sense of detachment between our approach and theirs, we can make the process easier on everyone involved after a divorce. Staying neutral can be easier said than done. Is there a quick-fix for staying objective, even when we would love to say something? | Co Parenting Tips | The Divorced Woman's Guide with Wendy Sterling

Co-parenting comes with its challenges, and it can be especially tricky when we’re not always in agreement with our ex’s parenting style. However, by creating a sense of detachment between our approach and theirs, we can make the process easier on everyone involved after a divorce. Staying neutral can be easier said than done. Is there a quick-fix for staying objective, even when we would love to say something? | Co Parenting Tips | Divorce Advice for Women | Marriage Separation with Kids Step Parenting, Parenting Styles, Parenting Hacks, Biblical Marriage, Marriage Advice, Marriage Separation, Fun Bridal Shower Games, Divorce And Kids, Charts For Kids

How to Stay Neutral While Co-Parenting

Co-parenting comes with its challenges, and it can be especially tricky when we’re not always in agreement with our ex’s parenting style. However, by creating a sense of detachment between our approach and theirs, we can make the process easier on everyone involved after a divorce. Staying neutral can be easier said than done. Is there a quick-fix for staying objective, even when we would love to say something? | Co Parenting Tips | Divorce Advice for Women | Marriage Separation with Kids