Children of Divorce

We Don't Want to Make the Same Mistakes Our Mothers Did

Katie Boland | Posted 03.07.2014 | Canada Living
Katie Boland

I think people my age, more than generations previously, have friendships with their parents. You talk about things you maybe shouldn't. For women our age, there is less of a physical and intellectual generation gap between mothers and daughters.

Why I'm Thankful For My Parents' Divorce

Sue Nador | Posted 03.27.2014 | Canada Living
Sue Nador

My parents could not have known it at the time but they did me a huge favour both through the dysfunction of their marriage and their subsequent divorce. Having a ring-side seat to the drama of their union allowed me to dissect and analyze their every move and motive. I learned a lot, and came to my own conclusions.

More Siblings Means Less Chance Of Divorce?

AFP/Relaxnews | Posted 08.15.2013 | Canada Living

The more siblings you have, the less likely you are to get divorced when you grow up, suggests a study presented Tuesday at a major convention of Amer...

10 Ways to Keep Children Happy During a Divorce

BabyPost | Posted 06.26.2013 | Canada Living
BabyPost

It is not news that divorce rates are on the rise. Single parent and blended families have become the norm in recent years. Divorces are never easier, even more so when children are involved and tend to affect children the hardest. Tammy Daughtry, CEO of Co-Parenting International and Co-Parenting Coach has advice to ease the divorce process on your children.

How Single Parents Can Keep Their Kids Safe From Bullying

masalamommas | Posted 05.21.2013 | Canada Living
masalamommas

All across the country, we're hearing and seeing incidents that involve bullying at an alarming rate. As a parent of children coming from a hostile environment, like divorce, I have a fairly different set of responsibilities in addition to the traditional safe-guarding of our children.

Kids, Budgets and Divorce: Get More, Spend Less

Eva Sachs and Marion Korn | Posted 04.07.2012 | Canada Living
Eva Sachs and Marion Korn

For divorcing parents, one of the biggest worries is that the shrinking budget will mean less money for their kid's activities and lessons. Often, one or both parents may draw a line in the sand. The discussions become emotional before anyone does their homework about the real benefit of activities and lessons to their kids.