Arguments are a given in any relationship. It's how parents argue in front of the kids that can disrupt their emotional stability.
This time, you have to consider the feelings of your children and the logistics of being a parent, but it can be done. Consider these nine tips for dating after divorce.
The divorce party trend is making waves on social media. Take a look at what divorce parties are and why they are becoming so popular.
Modern-day methods for conscious uncoupling are making 'the D word' less intimidating.
It's not easy to keep the lines of communication open with your ex, but when you share children, it's imperative. Here are seven co-parenting apps to help keep you both on track.
Ann Arbor yoga teacher Art Schupbach talks about his new children's book about divorce and offers tips for families on how to cope with this change.
Create a season of peace with your former spouse, kids and the families, too. Here are some tips on co-parenting during the holiday season.
Need advice on making things work with your ex? Commit to do right by your kids with these helpful co-parenting tips from southeast Michigan couples and experts.
After divorce, some smack talk is sort of expected. But what if your ex drove a wedge between you and your children and they stopped talking to you?
The new research found that kids are 30 percent more likely to have behavior problems because of parental arguing at home.
Kids of divorced parents had better relationships with mom and dad when they had equal – or close to equal – time with each parent, a new study finds.
Merging broods is rarely as tidy as a '60s sitcom. Discover how to make a blended family work.