What is the best way to share Holidays when you are divorced?
A lot would depend on the dynamics of the relationships involved, of course, but it seems that it could be an important opportunity to teach children who are part of it all to take the high road of graciousness and flexibility while being careful not to teach being a doormat.
If a person finds they will be alone on Christmas Day, planning ahead to connect with distant family/friends, have a special time of relaxing alone (ahhh….), or making plans to volunteer with a group that reaches out to the needy/nursing homes/hospital patients/children's homes/etc. are great ways to spend that time.
by GA Anderson 6 years ago
What is the best way to teach a non-sharing toddler to share?
by Judah's Daughter 7 years ago
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by SEXYLADYDEE 5 years ago
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by Branstetter 7 years ago
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by Elena 7 years ago
Share one of the Most important lessons you could teach your Child...As you can see from the photo - mine would be "Never Talk to Strangers, no matter how small..."
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