Well, I should start by stating some facts right? Ok, the both divorces weren’t mine per se but that of my parents and then my own. Could we talk of Family History? I read with interest the article by JungleDiva right here
Arguing or disagreeing with your partner is not unusual, it’s a normal part of life. It happens and will continue to happen as long as you’re together. Yes, I know there are some of you out there who say you “never” have
We all know and understand that each child is different and how he or she handles divorce will be unique to them. Yet we are also probably aware that the reaction that they have will also depend on their age or developmental stage.
When it comes to dealing with pain, the strangest thing I ever did to help me move on was to literally speak to myself, out loud, while I got ready for bed one day. I had spent the day, like the previous
1. What is Family Mediation? This is a process by which divorcing or separating couples come together to discuss issues that they need to resolve once divorce is over such as financial issues and child contact issues 2. How does the mediation process work?
Do You Do find yourself doing any of the following? If so then you are most likely the toxic parent in the shared parenting relationship and will need to change things. Try and make your children choose between your ex and you?
If you have ever wondered what the effects are on fathers who lose contact with their children after divorce or separation then listen to this 15 min recording of Louis De Bernieres’ conversation with Yasmin Alibhai-Brown on the one-to-one show on BBC radio 4 www.bbc.co.uk/programmes –