Ten Ways to Help Your Kids Enjoy Summer Despite Divorce

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Dealing with divorce is never easy.  In fact it is one of the most stressful and grueling experiences to go through. Whatever the issues are which ended the marriage, being divorced can be harder than it ever was being married, especially if you share children. When divorced couples share children there is no ending to the relationship which makes moving on difficult because the children bind ex’s together for life.  We not only have to deal with our ex but we have to often deal solely with all the aspects of them that we tried to divorce. It is sometimes impossible not to react but there are ways to find that self-control in an effort to protect the emotions of the children.

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10 Steps to Take with a Combative Ex

1. Brief and Factual Communication:  Only communicate the necessary information to your ex regarding issues with the children. Do whatever your can not to communicate anything emotional in front of your children. Stick to the facts, stay brief and only engage in superficial communication.