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Family & Divorce Help Guide


Divorce & Remarriage

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 long-term, committed 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, sorting out custody issues, or dealing with an uncooperative ex. But you can successfully navigate this unsettling time—and help your kids emerge from it feeling loved, confident, and strong. To make this happen, you’ll need to take care of yourself—and work as peacefully as possible with your ex. It won’t be a seamless process, but your children can move forward feeling confident in your unconditional love.

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Coping with a Breakup or Divorce: Moving on After a Relationship Ends

Tips for Divorced Parents

Tips for Divorced Parents: Co-parenting with Your Ex & Making Joint Custody Work

Children and Divorce

Children and Divorce: Helping Kids Cope with Separation and Divorce

Guide to Step-parenting and Blended Families

Guide to Step-Parenting and Blended Families: How To Bond with Stepchildren and Deal with Stepfamily Issues

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