- Be nice. As irresistible as it may be to discharge your anger, be nice.
- Don’t expect anything in return.
- Tell your child good things about the other parent. 375 more words
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Former couples who have it in for each other find a million ways to fight about their kids. They are forever sending nasty hate messages filled with innuendo about how awful the other is and how much better they are. 751 more words
It is not uncommon for me to receive brief to lengthy emails or messages describing a child’s contact refusal between separated parents. The communication may come from the parent whose refusing to be seen by a child and the communication may come from the parent seeking to support a child in not seeing the other parent. 1,533 more words
Part of my work involves helping separated parents to sort out the care of children between them.
In the meantime and today specifically, the Canadian Prime Minister met with the American President. 677 more words
The school holidays are a crazy time for parents. Family gatherings, catch ups with friends, and work functions, all with relatives staying in your house. And when family and friends come together to celebrate, there is usually a hodgepodge of kids – step-siblings, cousins from out of town, the neighbour children, and some other ‘ring ins’. 2,048 more words