Challenges of dating as a single parent
The links below lead you to articles and information that will guide you along on your path to healing.2.
Parenting After Divorce: Parents who are divorced have a difficult time, but one of their major concerns is how to lead their children through the process divorce in a healthy way so that they feel loved, nurtured, and protected.
The links below are to articles that will help you, as a single mother, help your child during and after the divorce process.
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Healing the Pain of Divorce: Part of moving on to a new life is healing the pain left from the old one.
Staying stuck in old pain limits one's possibilities.
This is when people often get into the mindset of scarcity and panic, and feel like they’re missing out on someone or something if they don’t “get back in the game” quickly and find a new relationship. I’m a believer in teaching your children how to deal with what’s real and what’s human, instead of trying to shield them from the world which leaves them unprepared as adults. I have spent a career as a therapist healing the wounds of children, and I can tell you that the single most important tool to help build a child’s resilience to the ups and downs of life is to gently expose them with age appropriate honesty, authenticity, and support. And make it a priority to have a healthy knowledge of your own relationship issues so you can teach your children well.