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Making decisions about how to spend Christmas Day with your children may be among the most difficult conversations you’ll have during this divorce. This is not only because you disagree on what would be best for them, but also because of the emotions that come from having a strained relationship at such an important time of year.
How To Support Friends And Family Through A Divorce?

How To Support Friends And Family Through A Divorce?

Your friend or family member is likely dealing with a range of emotions, from anger and sadness to confusion and guilt. Reaching out and showing your support can help them feel seen and heard during this difficult time.
How To Tell Your Children About Your Separation?

How To Tell Your Children About Your Separation?

When talking about separation with your children, make sure, to be honest, but gentle. Explain what has happened without going into too much detail. Keep in mind that children may never fully understand why this had to happen and they may need help processing their emotions and questions surrounding the situation.