Parenting After Divorce Revolutionary ideas to support kids through separation & divorce Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on pinterest Today, Emily and Kathy are joined by Hand in Hand’s founder
On any given week our family can have anywhere from 0, 1, 2, or 3 children in our home. As a blended family we are constantly in flux as schedules change and children move back
Even if you and your ex are on good terms, transitions that occur during a separation or divorce can be tough on kids. Think of all the things going on for them: Different rules Different
Coping with divorce? When today’s guest, Kristen Zuzek Volk, found Hand in Hand, she’d almost written off a loving relationship with her daughter. After a recent divorce, her two kids were screaming, crying and acting
He reminds me that no one expects me to be perfect except myself. And I lose it over how much pressure I put on myself… and how I’m failing my children…
Leah had returned from her dad’s house chock full of feelings—she seemed sullen and sad and had lost all enthusiasm about the party. I decided to help my daughter get in better emotional shape so that she would be able to enjoy our party.
I’ve been working with Cynthia on learning how to build a solid foundation through working with my daughter rather than trying to control her.
Listening to the feelings loosens their hold on your child.