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To protect your child through divorce, you must maintain a strong, loving relationship with your child and act as partners, as best you can, with your ex.Article
Divorce: How to Protect Your Child
Research shows kids can cope with a divorce and come out ok. But often they don't. Here's why, and what you can do to protect your child.Article
Best visitation schedule for shared custody?
Finding the "right" visitation schedule will depend on many things, including the age, temperament, and needs of the child.Article
Daughter Jealous of Each New Half-Sibling Baby
To take the sting out of the birth of another half-sibling, the parents need to see it from their daughter's perspective and help her work through her feelings.Article
Helping Your Child Cope with Your Divorce
How to tell five year old his parents are divorcing (emphasizing that CHILDREN don't get divorced) and support him through his grief, anger and acceptance.Article
Divorce: Surviving the Holidays
After a divorce, holidays are hard. But this is a golden opportunity to create new traditions with your child that express your love and your values.Article
Does stepdad have the right to take cell phone from teen?
Stepdad is trying to do what's right for his teen. Teens are moving (fast) toward adulthood, and still need help sometimes to do the right thing for themselves.Article
Helping Kids When Asperger's Dad Leaves the Family
How to help kids with heartbreaking scenario of being rejected when Asperger's Dad left the family.Article
Helping Stepdaughter with Losing Her Birth Mother
How to help stepdaughter when she seems shut off from any emotions connected to the death of her birth mom.Article
How to Help Your Child When You Remarry or Move in Together
Ten tips for making the transition easier when you are remarrying or moving in with your partner. The more you can ease into it, the better for your child.