You may have travelled as a couple while married and are hesitant to go across the country or continent on your own during or after divorce. There are scary stories on the news and internet about tourists being robbed or killed. Perhaps
You may be in the divorce process or moving on into the dating scene. There are guidelines for what is appropriate to text and what is not. What can seem fine to you can be a deal breaker for the recipient. Do
Divorce brings changes which could be finding a different job or needing to acquire a new set of friends. Small talk is the vehicle to establishing connections with others in one’s post-divorce world. It can be challenging to make small talk. Individuals
Going on dates can be intimidating for the introvert. It is easier to stay at home and watch romantic films than go meet potential dating partners. Fear can stop people. Fear of getting tongue tied or sounding stupid can keep individuals from
It can be a challenge splitting shared time between co-parents post-divorce. This intensifies during the holiday season, with making sure both parents get to have celebrations with their children. Parents may need outside help in drawing up a fair schedule or thinking
Retroactive jealousy can lead to divorce. This can be a red flag that something in the relationship is wrong. It also can indicate that a partner has control issues or has their own problem of handling jealousy. Retroactive jalousie also happens post-divorce
Here are tips for parents, and divorce professionals to help keep divorce out of the schools. Children bringing their parents’ divorce drama into the classroom is disrupting. It wastes teaching time and can cause other students to lose focus on their lessons.
Going on holiday with my young children was simple. Viewing wildlife was exciting, whether watching squirrels in a city park or orang-utans at the Singapore Zoo. They were not picky about where we travelled. A holiday with twenty-somethings can require more planning.
Children need support when a parent is bitter and vindictive post-divorce. The mum or dad may have a personality disorder and are incapable of parenting in a nurturing way. When a difficult parent takes centre stage and the youngsters treated as bit
Deciding whether or not to divorce is a difficult decision to make. Think carefully before uttering the phrase, “I want a divorce.” Once those words are out of your mouth – you cannot call them back. That statement will affect the rest
It can be challenging juggling childcare as a single parent. The key is to have Plan B. Seems children get sick when a parent has a mandatory meeting or work project. Enlist people ahead of time to be available in case of
It is a challenge to co-parent with an aggressive person post-divorce. They may have difficulties letting go when they are not on duty. They attempt to parent from afar, thus complicating your life. Prevention is the way to go if still in