Divorce can be tough for all involved—but perhaps the most affected are the children. Here is some advice on what not to do in this tough situation.
When Bill and Melinda Gates announced their divorce this month, the media and public at large asked one question—"why?"
Stress, overwork, legal troubles, marriage breakdown—there are so many obstacles to overcome in keeping a healthy connection with your kids. Yes, it’s hard work, but it’s worth it.
A marital breakup is hard on kids—and parents. What can dads do to ensure they continue to be a positive influence?
When I was a little girl, I would go stay at my grandmother’s house just to be away from home. My parents didn’t love one another.
Ed Dickerson responds to a question that is being asked more and more frequently these days: Does the piece of paper matter?
I love her dearly but I cannot go back. As soon as the next conflict starts, she will do what she usually does when she is upset with me
Life can make you better or bitter. The children of divorced couples can be proactive with their empathy if they choose to do so.
Even on the brink of divorce, thee are ways to keep a marriage together