As you work through your separation or divorce, parenting education could be a useful resource for your whole family.
Every parent wants their child to be happy in school. Use these 3 tips to ensure your child’s school life continues to thrive after your divorce or separation.
National Stepfamily Day promotes the understanding and celebration of stepfamilies and blended families. Here’s why you should consider celebrating this year.
When emotions are raw and your separation is still fresh, here’s how you can help your child regain their confidence for a successful return to school.
OurFamilyWizard’s shared parenting schedule offers families opportunities to keep children informed and reduce their anxiety when it comes to parenting time.
Getting your kids back to a routine will be helpful in re-establishing structure and a sense of security in their lives.
Keeping a journal after a separation can help you with processing your emotions and solidifying your thoughts about parenting, communication, and more.
Learn how many co-parenting issues with scheduling can be avoided through careful preparation, open communication, and a willingness to compromise.
While some may see separation as being fraught with conflict, "conscious uncoupling" invites one to consider that ending a relationship can be done amicably.
As a divorced parent with adult children, you may have noticed that certain aspects of co-parenting never really end.