• Alan Jacobs

Children of Divorce Deserve Special Holiday Attention


We all know the holiday season is fraught with stress, overwhelm and pressure for parents. But we are not alone. For children facing their parents’ divorce or who are experiencing their first holiday season post-divorce, this can be an especially tough time of year.

For children coping with divorce and its aftermath, our challenge as parents and co-parents is to create new traditions and activities that can replace the memories of family holidays in the past. In this blog posting Rosalind Sedacca offers some suggestions for helping your children through the holiday season in the best possible spirits.

  • Show compassion

  • Model Responsible Behavior With Your Ex

  • Start Creating Wonderful New Memories

#Divorce #ChildrenandDivorce #Parenting

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