When we're in the midst of a crisis, the chaos and confusion drive out all thoughts of the impact on the relationship itself. You're too busy just trying to meet physical needs and to survive another day — emotional issues take a back seat. When the danger has passed, however, and you begin to pull your life back together, you take a deep breath and start to catch up to your feelings. It's during this time when relationships are the most vulnerable.
Although there is no book of parenting rules, particularly when parenting through a divorce, there are some guidelines, a child’s ‘bill of rights’ that can help parents focus on the needs of their child(ren). 1. Children should have the right to develop safe, healthy, loving, meaningful relationships with each parent. 2. Children should retain the right to have contact with extended family (grandparents, aunts/uncles, cousins).
Its always the case, life happens and all of sudden we are transitioning from something...again. Here are 5 things to remember as you move through transitions: 1) You are not alone in this transition process. Ask yourself: Who are those in your support network? (Family, Friends, etc.) What can you do to put yourself 'out there'? (Activity groups, Sports/Fitness, Classes) 2) Envision what you want to become from what you learned. Reflect on:
ISN’T THAT AMAZING? Getting a divorce is very similar to buying a set of Ginsu Knives. Those Ginsus are everything you could ever have hoped for in a set of knives. They can cut through a tin can and still slice a ripe tomato without shredding it. Isn’t that amazing? A divorce can do that too. It cuts through all the bullshit you’ve had to put up with and leaves you smelling like a rose.
Both my mother and my sisters are divorced and I am too. However, I don't believe that my mother's predicament could have predicted our divorces. Afterall divorce is not genetic as some may believe. There are plenty of people who have divorced parents, and the numbers keep on growing. But does this mean that their children will end up in the same predicament? Not necessarily. There are plenty of couples that have divorced parents who are happily married and have no desire to divorce.
Question: My question is this…how long do you wait to sleep with a man…one month, two months, more? Since my eventual goal is to be married, how do I know that the man I’m dating sees me in his future and not just as a nine-month, ten-month, or even one-night stand? ...Camille
Find Love on Sadie Hawkins Day - A History Lesson Back on November 15, 1937 the comic strip Li'l Abner announced Sadie Hawkins Day. In this newspaper cartoon, Sadie's father was worried his daughter wouldn't find a husband, so the town held a race and any man Sadie caught had to agree to marry her. Since then this tradition has taken off.
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