There’s nothing quite as devastating as having an ex-wife that tries to turn your kids against you. People who do this are called Alienating Parents. Listening to your children repeat distortions and lies can make you feel sad, angry, and helpless. Although you can’t control what your ex says, you can help your kids learn to think for themselves and keep yourself sane in the process. Here are some important steps to follow:
If protecting your finances is the only reason for staying in your marriage, consider the findings by Rosie Shrout, a social researcher who studied married couples over 16 years. She and her fellow researchers found that long-term conflict adversely affected both genders, but men, even more so. Here are some reasons why:
Are you and your contemplating nesting for your parenting plan? Here are some guidelines to help your entire family benefit from this child-centered arrangement.
Men tend to make certain mistakes in divorce because they believe that asking for help is a sign of weakness. But it’s crucial to manage emotions and avoid knee-jerk reactions when dismantling a family and shared property. Below are the top 10 mistakes divorcing men should avoid at all costs.