Often, parents who are thinking about getting a divorce will ask what age is best for their kids. While there’s no magic number that defines when kids are most resilient, age is a valid consideration. But it’s not the only one.
Deciding whether to stay in an unhappy marriage or leave is possibly one of the hardest decisions a parent could make. Sometimes despite the greatest ‘happily-ever-after’ intentions, a relationship can become a tense, unhappy, conflicted union. If this is the
By Madiha Tahseen, Ph.D. More than 50% of Muslims report at least one significant marital issue (Chapman & Cattaneo, 2013). The reality is divorce amongst Muslim Americans has greatly increased in the last 25 years (ISPU, 2012). So if
Co-parenting may become a whole new ballgame during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic. For divorced couples who are already struggling with a range of financial, emotional, and logistical stresses, the disruption the coronavirus is bringing to our communities and families will
Co-parenting amicably after a split is rarely easy, but by making joint custody work you can give your children the stability, security, and close relationships with both parents that they need. Read on from helpguide.org here
Whether you are recently divorced or have been for some time, don’t be anxious that you have ruined your child’s life. You haven’t. While divorce can be a big part of your child’s life, what will determine his ultimate quality of
Erum Mohiuddin is an educator, a community activist, former school principal and mother to seven children – four are her own, ages 13, 15, 16 and 18, and three are her husband’s ages 13, 16, and 19. Erum became part
My Grandpa was married four times. My Dad was married five times. I’ve been divorced once. I come from a long line of Broken Pickers. We can learn to trust our gut. Just like anything else it takes practice. Becoming conscious of