Is there a definate change from a two parent home to a one parent one!
When I was in my mid-teens, my Dad moved out and my parents got a divorce. Though it was coming for a long time, when it eventually did happen, it brought definite changes. My home environment suddenly resembled the homes of the bulk of my friends.... read more
Yes there is because I recently went through a divorce a year ago and there is still adjusting going on. My relationship I had with my children was very strong and now it is slowly going downhill because I am working all the time to make ends meet. Four children and two being teenagers is really hard and time is needed to guide them.By being a single parent it is more than a challenge.
by Nira Perkins 6 years ago
When going through a divorce and the parents or a parent claims that they're doing what's best for their kids, are they really?I have to say that in some cases it might be true but not for the majority.
by Ken McGonigal 7 weeks ago
What do you do if your teenager refuses to come home?My son is 16 years old. He does not like our rules. Now he is refusing to come home.
by Elena 9 years ago
How do you help Kids cope with a Divorce?Every child loves to see their parents together and it’s heart breaking to see them split up. How can you get them through it?
by Walt Smith 8 years ago
My question is this, simply put...Are men the only ones discriminated against during a divorce. It seems to me that a lot of people out there (women)like to bash the man for leaving lose ties with their children after a divorce. What about the ones who were forced out of their childrens's lives?...
by JS Matthew 7 years ago
What are some tips for Getting Along as Parents when getting a Divorce?
by realtalk247 4 years ago
Why do people continue to champion broken homes & single parenting when the effects are devastating?Answers article stated: "It is so important for children to have a stable home life. In a broken home it is difficult for children to find a sense of security because experience shows them...
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