I was really pleased to come across a very interesting report today. It was prepared by Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety (‘ANDROWS‘). The report is the first of a four-part research project, set up to look at the reasons why a parent might choose to ignore parenting orders made in the Federal Circuit […]
Just imagine this … you’ve separated and even though you are getting along with your co-parent, you can’t help but be worried about how your kids are coping without you, when they aren’t spending time with you. And you’re probably worried about how are you helping your kids cope after divorce. Can you relate? Or, […]
Kids know stuff. Sometimes they know more stuff than we realise. They listen, they watch, they are sponges. When a family separates, the kids are involved whether they like it or not. But how much involvement is too much? And where do you draw the line between explaining what is going on and oversharing.
The co-parenting struggle is real. While you don’t have to be BFFs with your ex, sometimes you need to suck it up and become a collaborative team for the sake of your children. Of course, that is easier said than done.