Division of Property
When a couple has little or no marital property, no children and no disagreement on spousal maintenance/alimony, their divorce usually goes very quickly. Most couples, however, have numerous issues to work out during the divorce process.
Helping Your Child with Homework
Helping your child with homework can have a positive impact on your child’s learning! It can also enhance your relationship with the school and your involvement shows your child how important it is that they do well in school.
Helping Your Child Deal with Bullying
Dads, you are often the last to know that your child is the victim of bullying. Children often do not share that they are being bullied with their parents due to shame and embarrassment.
Dating After A Divorce
After counseling hundreds of men going through a divorce, psychologists Sam Buser and Glenn Sternes decided to write the book, A Guy’s Only Guide to Getting Over Divorce, to answer common questions men might have about how to handle the process.
What Questions to Ask During Divorce
Whether to end your marriage is one of the most important and difficult decisions you will ever encounter. While this is an emotional matter, it is important to approach certain aspects of it with an analytical perspective.
Focusing on Your Children During Divorce
In an article from The Province, child and parenting behavior expert Priscilla J. Dunstan offers parents advice on how to make sure their kids feel loved and secure through a divorce.
Parents Are Equal by John Bolch
An article in the Daily Mail today deserves some comment. Not because it is great journalism (I would look elsewhere to find that), but because I think it demonstrates some commonly held views and misconceptions.
First Down Fathering
Kick-off is this week. Before you settle in on the couch and update your fantasy roster, get some gametime strategies for your fathering.
Dealing with Divorce
For some, divorce may feel like a liberating new beginning. For most, however, it is not so straightforward. The end of a relationship as important as a marriage brings numerous difficult emotions.
Teaching Your Kids Self-Control
Many studies show that kids who have the ability to delay gratification and control their impulses are more successful in life.