Mom After Divorce

Divorced Mom Guilt: Letting it All Go

Welcome to our Divorced Mom Guilt series! Please make sure you’ve read part one, Divorced Mom Guilt Intro, and part two, Identifying Divorced Mom Guilt, before you continue. By now, you know what divorced mom guilt is as well as its positive and negative affects on your life. You’ve learned how to seek out the

How to Identify Divorced Mom Guilt

Welcome to our Divorced Mom Guilt series! Please make sure you’ve read part one, Divorced Mom Guilt Intro, before you continue. In order to let go of the feelings of guilt, you must take the time to determine its source(s). If you don’t know exactly what you feel guilty about, you can’t come up with

Co-Parenting Boundaries & How to Effectively Set Them

When raising kids together with your ex, good co-parenting boundaries must be set. These ground rules will make things easier for everyone involved…the kids, your ex, and you. Why are Co-Parenting Boundaries Necessary? Working together with your ex to raise your children can be difficult at times. With the divorce, there may be some anger,

Children of Divorce: 9 Ways to Help Your Kids Cope

Children of divorce can take the news in a number of different ways. As their mother, you definitely want to do all you can to make the process easier – as easy as you can, that is – for them. Read on to discover ways you can help your kids handle the divorce without disrupting