So, you’ve taken the plunge and started the divorce process. Or maybe you are bracing yourself for a divorce that has been initiated by your spouse already. Now, you have to negotiate the process of a parenting schedule for the biggest day of the year: Christmas Day.
“Amicably divorced” is a phrase that is not often used. Coming to an agreeable divorce may be difficult, but it is not impossible. It can also mean a better relationship with your ex and your children, meaning less stress and fighting that plague so many ex-couples.
Social distancing due to COVID-19 can have a set of challenges and stress if you are in the midst of a separation or divorce. Here are some tips to help.
If you are living together while separated, you are not alone. Many ex-spouses often continue to live together. If you’ve made the decision to split up as a couple, and are postponing the action of splitting up the marital home, consider these tips on living together while separated.
Text messaging can help divorced and separated parents better communicate without emotion. Find out how to use text messages to stick to the business at hand.
Give your spouse or partner a gift they will appreciate more than chocolates and roses: A commitment to improving your relationship.
Learn some very practical tips for planning for a successful summer break for your kids when you are divorced and dealing with the added challenges that give rise to managing camps etc. Learn some fun things to do in Edmonton, Alberta and other locations.
Divorce is stressful. Add the complications of parenting and family relationships over the holidays and it can be chaos. Read some common sense and practical steps for making the Christmas and other celebrated holidays less stressful and more enjoyable for children and parents.
Going through a divorce can be an emotional experience. Here are 5 ways to keep your emotions in check during a divorce mediation session. Learn how to choose your battles using assertive language without getting caught up in the past.