Sometimes, it’s no-one’s fault. Your marriage simply isn’t working and you both know it. You want to do what’s right for your kids and family but you also need to do what is right for you. Even when you both know that marriage isn’t working, it can take a lot of strength to admit it to each other.
Nowadays, more and more people are opting to see a therapist. This is because it is not seen as a taboo, as it once was. A therapist can help you with so many different situations, from helping you to get on the right path nutritionally to help you get your relationship back on track. In this guide, we are going to take a look at the different types of therapy that are available. These therapies merely scratch the surface.
With millions of attorneys to choose from, when it comes to selecting a lawyer for you, then it can be something that is really time-consuming. Of course, that is something that is so important, so taking the time to find the right lawyer that is the right one for you, is really important.
Was your Ex handling all the “girly” stuff in your daughter’s life up to now? Having a daughter is something special: They don’t call her “Daddy’s girl” for nothing. Your little princess might be 3, 6, 12 or anywhere in between, but don’t be surprised if she invites you to a tea party, or asks you to plan one with her. You can make a tea party as simple or as fancy as you both like. She might be the one guiding you through the best parts of sitting down to a teddy bear picnic together, but if not, or if you just want to get a gist of what it means to host your first tea party with your daughter (or son), here are a few pointers.
Spending time with their dad has to be something that all young sons love. Spending quality time together will be a great way to bond and to enjoy each other’s company, which is something that not too many sons and fathers have the time to do these days. You’ll be able to find out how things are going for them at school while also imparting your knowledge and wisdom onto them. They’ll simply love being around you!
When grown ups decide to separate and emotions soar high, it is hard to think about the kids. However, they are there every minute, witnessing the arguments and dealing with the changes. If you are a dad who is fighting for custody, or would like to take an active part in the upbringing of your kids, you will need to give them all the support they need to survive these difficult times. Below you will find a few tips on how to help your kids through divorce.
Although it may seem easy at first, having a happy family life can be an incredibly hard thing to achieve. Rather than keeping one person happy, you need to focus on everyone around you to ensure they’re as happy as things be. Whether it’s ensuring your kids are doing well at school or progressing at work, focusing on a million things at once definitely isn’t easy. To help, I’ve put together a list of 12 ways to love a happy lifestyle.
Being a parent is no simple task, especially when alone or co-parenting with a previous partner. It is a role that comes quite easily to some of us, but for others, it can be a lot more troublesome. While each of our experiences as a parent is quite different, there is one thing that we are all sure to do at some point – Make a mistake. These mistakes don’t necessarily make you a bad parent, but it is best to avoid them. With that in mind, here are six mistakes that you might make.
Winning custody can feel like a considerable achievement. While it can’t make up for the trauma of divorce proceedings, it can seem like the first positive step in your new life. Sadly, custody itself isn’t always the end of the battle. Often, there are hurdles to face before you become a happy family again. As hard as your separation was on you, you can bet it was tougher on them. For that reason and more, they might not settle into their new life with you as easily as you hoped.
These days, it seems like none of us ever has enough time. As if we’re always on the go. We always have things to do. Places to be. People to please. Jobs to do. And it’s exhausting. When really, there’s just one job that you want to be able to focus on – parenting. Yet, that can often be easier said than done. Quite often, it can be just one of those things that you find yourself stressing out about. Because you feel guilty that you’ve got all of these commitments and you just want to show up for your kids. But, you’ve got to work. And you’ve got bills to pay. And it’s hard to manage it all.