We all want the best for our children, but rarely does it ever work out how we want it to. Perhaps we struggle with simple things such as keeping our kids happy, or maybe we’ll have trouble filling in the gaps that a single father is tasked with. No matter how hard you work at becoming the ideal dad and how much you provide for your kids, things can always turn upside down and hit you like a ton of bricks.
As you probably already know, maintaining a good family life post-marriage can be difficult. You have to balance a good relationship with your kids and a civil relationship with your previous partner. That doesn’t mean you and your Ex need to be ecstatically happy to see one another; it just means you need to be respectful of one another. As parents, your responsibility is to provide a strong foundation for your kids as they grow and develop. Let’s talk about maintaining a good family life post-marriage.
Being a single parent is going to be one of the most challenging things that you will ever have to do. Having said that, it is also going to be one of the most rewarding. Watching your kids laugh, and grow is one of the best things that you can experience as a parent. But when you are a single father, there are some things that you need to consider. Winging it might be a good approach sometimes, and yet other times you need to have thought about everything to do with the future. In this post, we are going to talk to you about elements to consider when you are a single father.
Divorce at any level stinks. You also have to negotiate something which is very emotional. This only becomes a bigger challenge when you find yourself in a divorce in a long-distance job. To help you out with this, this post will be exploring the work which can be done to improve your chances during a divorce.
ow this is pretty much essential. Parenting is an art form we think. It’s something that you have to try and perfect over many years, and it definitely doesn’t come easy. Because half of the time you’ll spend crying in [...]
So if they can create all of these different images in their head, what do you think they think about the rest of their life. Do they put up a barrier, and create their own version of the world we see? Or are they more intelligent than we think, picking up on the smallest of things that even we miss because we don’t have the time to look? Well, we want to try and give you a child’s perspective on life, so see what you think of the life they might be living in their head!
Getting co-parenting right with a person you are no longer in a relationship with can be really tough. Depending on the terms of the split, you might find communication tough, and crossed wires can lead to all kinds of arguments and disagreements. Even if you split in amicable terms, certain things can come up that can make this new relationship difficult to navigate – such as starting a relationship with a new person.
Every New Year’s Day since I was 25, I have sat down and written out goals. There is something magical about written goals and even on this 10-year blog, I have written and tracked some of the progress of the goals I have set in previous years. Of course, if you follow me on my personal twitter, @FredsDaily you know that I obsessed with tracking my life, hour by hour. So it would make sense that I would have New Year’s Resolutions or Goals for my life.
The dust has begun to settle from the divorce, and your routine of sharing care for your children between you and your Ex may be starting to take shape or perhaps you have succeeded in obtaining full custody. Either way, the importance shouldn’t be laid upon the amount of time you spend with the children. Instead, it should be about what you are doing to build a relationship with your children when you are together.
Let’s face it; divorce is a sensitive subject in most families no matter how prepared you think you are. There are, luckily, ways to ensure that your children are handling a healthy divorce in ways that don’t promote more storms as you go through it.