Family and Divorce
Divorce and breakups create challenges for the whole family. These articles can help you meet these challenges by better understanding your own needs and those of your children at this difficult time.
It’s never easy when a marriage or other significant relationship ends. Whatever the reason for the split—and whether or not you wanted it—the breakup of a relationship can turn your whole world upside down and trigger all sorts of painful and unsettling feelings. And when children are involved, the situation is even more challenging.
It can be difficult to give your kids the stability and support they need when you’re on an emotional rollercoaster of your own, but you can successfully navigate this unsettling time—and help your kids emerge from it feeling loved, confident, and strong.
Divorce in the family
- Children and Divorce: Helping Kids Cope with Separation and Divorce
- Co-Parenting Tips for Divorced Parents: Making Joint Custody Work After a Separation or Divorce
- Step-Parenting and Blended Families: How to Bond with Stepchildren and Deal with Stepfamily Issues
- Coping with a Breakup or Divorce: Moving on After a Relationship Ends
- Conflict Resolution Skills: Building the Skills That Can Turn Conflicts into Opportunities
- Emotional Intelligence Toolkit: Program for Managing Overwhelming Stress and Emotions