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Levy Dalumpines has written 3 articles, has received +8 recommendations and is currently the #4 ranked expert in this subject.
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As a single parent you can find ways to be successful at parenting and raise happy well adjusted children. Taking time for yourself and moving on with your life gets you adjusted to a healthy mindset that is important for your children. You can also find help with support groups and by making time for your children and setting rules for them you are sure to raise happy children.
Published by Martha lownsberry 72 months ago in Divorce & Separation | +0 votes | 0 comments
Attitudes after divorce affect our children negatively more than the divorce. Viewing your ex as an enemy is harmful to the children, so is overcompensating for our guilt and letting the children get away without discipline, refusing to move on in life also affects the children adversely. Having the right attitude after divorce is the key to the emotional and mental wellness of our children and helps them deal with the divorce too.
Published by Martha lownsberry 73 months ago in Divorce & Separation | +1 votes | 0 comments
Decades ago it was thought of as a couples own business. People looked away and pretended not to notice. In the last few decades more attention has been given to domestic violence. It’s not alright for a man to hit a women, and it’s not alright for a women to hit a man.
Published by Samantha Thompson 80 months ago in Divorce & Separation | +0 votes | 0 comments
Is broken family hereditary? Is broken family a growing phenomenon? No matter how ideal a family or marriage in terms of relationship, there are still adversities and misconception that will always come along. It is a natural part of a relationship. But the lonely part is when one of the family members, either the father or the wife gave up and the others have no choice but to accept and let go. It is a saddening experience.
Published by Ron Siojo 81 months ago in Divorce & Separation | +14 votes | 13 comments
An article about dealing with the effects of divorce and children.
Published by Flower Boho 85 months ago in Divorce & Separation | +11 votes | 6 comments
As the recession continues, the number of dead beat dad's is growing. However, these are not men and women who refuse to pay their child support they are simply people who haven't the means to do so.
Published by Martha lownsberry 96 months ago in Divorce & Separation | +3 votes | 4 comments
Telling your kids about your planned separation or divorce can seem like a daunting task, but it needs to be done. Don't hide it or try to lie about it. Just tell them.
Published by Epic Strategist 96 months ago in Divorce & Separation | +0 votes | 0 comments
How parents can help their children move through feelings of grief and loss around divorce.
Published by Janis Cohen 97 months ago in Divorce & Separation | +2 votes | 0 comments
Divorce announcement from parents can be a shocking news to the children. The trauma that the kids will experience can be too much that they might eventually lost interest in school and life itself.
Published by Marky Chavez 99 months ago in Divorce & Separation | +1 votes | 5 comments
It is more difficult to handle children during and after a divorce because both adults and children are experiencing many emotional ups and downs. Most frequently, kids are angry, defiant, and heartbroken. When children canÂ’t control their emotions, it is very difficult for them to control their behavior.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 106 months ago in Divorce & Separation | +1 votes | 0 comments
The feelings children have are similar to the grieving adults experienced during a tragedy. They suffer loss of self-esteem, a feeling of irresponsibility for the divorce, and other frightening emotions with a growing intensity.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 106 months ago in Divorce & Separation | +6 votes | 1 comments
What determines how children respond to divorce? Age and sex are factors, but there is no good age for divorce to be without repercussions
Published by Levy Dalumpines 106 months ago in Divorce & Separation | +1 votes | 1 comments
Domestic Violence
Published by Elle 114 months ago in Divorce & Separation | +17 votes | 7 comments
Children suffer at the hands of deadbeat dads. The psychological effects can stay with them for a lifetime.
Published by carol roach 115 months ago in Divorce & Separation | +7 votes | 11 comments
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