But though thoughts of reconciliation after divorce are common and normal — that does NOT make the option healthy or remotely in your best interests.
Dave Taylor helps settle some issues when dealing with children and ex-girlfriends.
Embed from Getty Images—My youngest has basically lived her entire life switching houses between her Mom and myself. We’ve been in separate houses for just about a decade now and she’s 12yo. In fact, she’s told me that she has no memories of when we co-habitated before the separation and divorce. Which by itself is…
You’re angry, hurt, and overwhelmed. But before you permanently delete these memories, here’s what you should consider.
Can you part ways for the right reasons?
Divorce ought to be a process of uncoupling and physical separation with legal component, among others.
When divorcing parents are at odds with each other, the hardest thing is getting them to listen to one another.
When spouses separate with the intention to divorce, a father not only loses the home and safe haven he proudly provided for his family, he also no longer enjoys the familiar home environment that he inhabited for a long time.
For starters, ditch the idea of co-parenting.
Think about it—focusing the unfairness of your situation is like insisting on driving a car with a flat tire. It’s not going to get you anywhere.
Ways to care for yourself as you heal from divorce
In many states, men should really reconsider whether they fight for custody. Founder of Get ConnectDad Julian Caldwell shares his story.
These 6 tips will help you become a better co parent despite how poisonous your ex is.
Divorce can be a crushing experience – especially when children are involved. Men are typically overcome with feelings of worthlessness, guilt and anger, and the danger of spiraling into the abyss is very real. Yet divorce is often the most humane solution for everyone involved, including the kids.
You can fix it. Here’s how.
The Family Law industry has established for itself a special place in the judicial system where it predicates its authority and standing by placing itself above the law — or outside of its view.