When you are sharing with your children that their parents will no longer be living together this will have an impact on them, an impact that will need managing.
This impact can be one of confusion, anxiety of what's happening, a fear of abandonment, a concern that they've done something wrong, that it's their fault that…Continue
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Things You Wish That Your In-Laws Understood
By Linda Hancock
Often I hear horror stories from my clients about the problems and arguing that happens when in-laws do not respect boundaries of their adult child and his/her family. In fact, many couples claim that the biggest fights occur with or about the in-laws. Most of them wish that their in-laws understood the following:
1. The adult…Continue
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How To Talk To Children About Divorce In 7 Simple Steps
By Darren G Wagstaff
When parents can no longer work things out and they choose to separate or get divorced, this can and naturally does have an impact on your children.
It's natural for them to be confused, it's natural for them not to understand what is going on. "Why is mommy and daddy not living together anymore." "What have I done…Continue
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With a new school year starting, many parents find themselves gearing up for another round of bad attitudes and power struggles with their kids. Teens and…
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It’s a truth we don’t often admit, even to ourselves: we don’t always like our kids. I can…
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