Do you have a child who is super angry and canâ€™t seem to find the right words to express herself? Or she isnâ€™t exactly sure why she is feeling the way she is? Try this simple tool: 1. On a piece of drawing paper have your child write all the things that are making her
We often talk of people being affected by divorce, but now thereâ€™s a warning that we can be infected by it as well! Itâ€™s not about physical health, or catching something truly nasty, though there is ample evidence to suggest people can be made physically ill when a difficult divorce takes its toll. What we
Working out a schedule to accommodate their childrenâ€™s summer holidays can be a gruelling task for most divorced parents. Co-parents who can work together to meet the individual needs of their children are much more successful with formulating mutually agreed upon plans. Here are seven guidelines for making your co-parenting summer holidays fun for everyone:
In a highly unusual move, a judge ordered a mother jailed for interfering with husbandâ€™s visitation with his children. In Lauren R. v Ted R. Justice Robert Ross ordered to the mother to report to jail for repeatedly violating the terms of the court orders regarding the fatherâ€™s parenting time. The motherâ€™s imprisonment coincides with
Money is a core concern of any divorce experience.Â Most people think of money in terms of dollars and cents and making the “right” financial choices.Â However, money is a much more complex part of our lives and has the power to trigger potent subjective emotions in everyone.Â Money symbolizes different things to different people
Having a set of summertime house rules was a big help to our family when our boys were young. Everyone knew what to expect, and what was expected of him. Creating your own set of house rules this summer will help you create a more peaceful environment in your home, maintain some semblance of order,
While going through divorce is no walk in the park, as men seeking to be better men we can influence the dissolution process so that a more collaborative result can occur. We can begin to consider a higher context that will serve us, our children, and our soon to be former spouse in lasting decisions that effect everyone.