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Divorce therapy and how to succeed at co-parenting

Divorce therapy and how to succeed at co-parenting

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Most parents want to help their children develop into healthy individuals even after divorce, believes divorce therapy experts. They can often find ways to overcome the disagreements that led to the end of the marriage and when they are unable to stop divorce, even when they hold different values and perceptions. However, some parents find it very difficult to transcend these differences and become engaged in endless conflict that is harmful to the children and to each other, and to the godly relationships of course. Co-Parenting With Conflicted Parenting Styles Many family courts award joint custody, even when parents are in total disagreement about how to raise the children and express open hostility toward each other. These parents often find it difficult to work together, but it ...
Divorce therapy – Dating, step parenting, joint custody rights

Divorce therapy – Dating, step parenting, joint custody rights

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You need a bit of divorce therapy after making it through the legal minefield, and getting out of an unhappy marriage, there is a time when most women think about finding love again. Love is important to every person, but for women, it’s like having air to breathe. Everyone seems to have advice for women who are dating after divorce, but each newly freed woman gets to make her own decisions and, baby, she’s earned this right. Here are some of the issues that come up when a woman is divorced and hasn’t dated for a while. These are proven divorce therapy: Finding Love Again: When to Start Dating In the divorce therapy book, Dating for Dummies [For Dummies, 1997], Dr. Joy Browne advises people to wait one full year after the divorce is final to start dating, with no exceptions.
How to Discipline Your Teen

How to Discipline Your Teen

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It's not easy being teen! But then, it's not easy being the parent of a teenager, either. Adolescence can be a challenging, stressful time for both teens and their parents. So as a Mom or Dad of a teenager, how do you walk the line between ‘not hurting their developing self esteem’ and ‘not yelling at the top of your lungs’? This is the 6 million dollar question for parents of teenagers. Whether the teen has broken curfew, talked back one too many times, or slacked off with school grades, there are a variety of reasons why parents of teens may find themselves in a position of needing to discipline their teenager. Never Too Young to Say No Hopefully as parents you have begun the job of discipline many years ago. From the time a toddler is taught NO! when approaching a hot stove