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There are heaps of single fathers who have parenting conflicts with the ex-wife. These conflicts are detrimental towards the upbringing of the children.The children would be confused regarding certain issues. They wouldn’t grow up with stability and this impacts their outlook in life. As a single father, co-parenting is an important issue to consider because it would heavily impact the child In Co-Parenting Plan For The Single Daddy, Nick Thomas has shared his experience of co-parenting. In this book, he has also asked other single fathers about issues that are important pertaining co-parenting.
Parents going through separation or divorce are understandably worried about how the change in the family will affect their children. Their guide walks parents through all the factors they should consider and offers step-by-step guidance on how to work together to put their children first. From sharing the news with children in an age-appropriate way to handling the issue of custody, from concerns about affairs or abuse to embarking on remarriage and blending families, Co-Parenting Through Separation and Divorce offers a roadmap through one of life's most difficult challenges with the goal of healthy, happy kids informing every decision along the way.
The Co-Parents' Handbook helps parents confidently take on the challenges of raising children when they live in separate homes. Addressing parents' questions about the emotional impact of separation, conflict, grief, and recovery, the author skillfully provides a roadmap for all members of the family to constructively navigate through separation/divorce and beyond.
There's no question about it: your children are the most important thing in your life. But if you have gone through a messy divorce, your relationship with your children may become strained if you have to deal with a toxic ex. Your ex may bad-mouth you in front of the kids, accuse you of being a bad parent, and even attempt to replace you in the children's lives with a new partner. As a result, your children may become confused, conflicted, angry, anxious, or depressed-and you may feel powerless.
How to help children survive separation and divorce. Written by well known psychotherapist, Julie Lynn Evans, What About the Children? features a foreword by Professor Peter Hill, Consultant Child Psychiatrist, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children.
Named One of the 10 Best Parenting Books of the Year by Child Magazine, this revised edition teaches you to minimize stress during initial breakups and ultimate separation, explain divorce so children don′t blame themselves, protect children from parental hostilities, and navigate conflicts of loyalty and alliance.
Children of all ages can be devastated by the news that their parents' relationship has broken down. Even those who have been living in a 'high conflict' situation are often shocked by the final decision to separate. For most children, separation means major changes to family life and often losing a parent. The long term impacts of divorce are now widely recognised with increased chances of problems at school, criminal behaviour, problems in their own relationships and mental illness. This guide will provide you with clear advice and guidance on how to minimise the impact of your relationship breakdown on your children. Including: an explanation of the age-specific issues that children face when they find out their family is breaking up; professional comment; stories and quotes from children; checklists and case studies. Acknowledging the personal difficulties faced by the adult who has made the decision to leave, as well as the adult who feels they are being abandoned, this sensitive and accessible guide is a must for all parents going through divorce or separation, who are concerned for their children.
This guide offers practical exercises and guidelines to increase mutual understanding amongst married couples, tackling issues of confrontation and commitment, amongst others.
One in three marriages end in divorce. Living together, marrying, divorcing and remarrying are becoming part of the normal pattern of family life and there are plenty of depressing statistics to show the harmful effects that seperation and divorce can have on adults and children.
Finding out that your partner has had an affair feels like the end of the world. It is the ultimate betrayal and the most difficult thing to do is to trust again. This text takes a frank yet sensitive look at this topic. This book looks at why people have affairs and the effect they may have upon the person who has been betrayed. It attempts to help couples understand their feelings, overcome feelings of betrayal and help them decide the next step.