A Discussion About ‘Split,’ for Kids of Divorce (and Their Parents) by Ellen Bruno

Ellen Bruno discusses ‘Split,’ a film about how divorce affects kids.

3 Questions I Wish I Had Asked Myself Long Before I Divorced

We tend to deny the signs that something is wrong with our marriage. But tuning in early can save a ton of heartache.

The Spiritual Quest for Love: Part Two – The Turning Point

What we learn along the journey towards love is all the things we must have in our next relationship and all the things we must let go of to be happy.

A Dad’s Divorce Blog: Looking for the Good Along the Journey

John McElhenney explores his need to write his way though his divorce and reveals to his readers the healing taking place along the journey.

7 Signs Your Teen Is Having Difficulty Coping With Divorce

Divorce can be especially tough on teenagers. Here are 7 signs they’re in distress and 7 ways you can help.

Can You Be Both Mother and Father?

After her husband died, Edie Weinstein raised her son alone. Now she reflects on whether one parent can or should even try to fulfill the roles of both.

Working Parents: Building Caregiving Alliance With Grandparents

Kanesha Baynard Shares the Perks of Cross Generational Caregiving

Dear Dad: The One With the Circumcision Question

A single mom has no male influences and is unsure if she should circumcise her unborn son, so she turns to ‘Dear Dad’ for advice.

Life Hacks for Single Parents

14 tricks to dealing with raising kids on your own, from someone who’s been there, done that.

Dads Cookin’ With Kids: Baslamic Steak Bites from Dad’s Awesome Book of Recipes

Sneak Peek of Mike Adamick’s Dad’s Book of Awesome Recipes

Why I Find Single Parenting to be an Extraordinary Act of Bravery

For all the men and women who didn’t plan to raise their children alone, but are doing it anyway.

How to Make Divorce Easier on Your Kids

Divorce can hit your kids hard. These four tips from Jenny Kanevsky—who is in the process with her two boys—can help your kids fare better during challenging times.

A Mother’s Day Card to Dads Who Mother

For some our parenting holidays fall squarely into a two isolated gender philosophy based on physical characteristics. Here is a tribute to all who provide nurture and mothering to their families.

Dear Dad: The One With the Email and the Quagmire

Brian Gawlak on handling the ex as a single mom.

A Mom Tells Divorced Dads the Secret to Busting the “Not as Good as Mommy” Myth

Michela Montgomery has helped several of her divorced dad friends navigate the introduction of a new alternate home for their kids. She shares the secret to making it work.

The Winter of My Discontent: Ex-Partners and Co-Parents

She wasn’t always mad. But she got mad at some point and stayed that way.