Resources for The Family

Do Your Children Live in Two Homes? 11 Strategies to Ease the Transition Between Mom’s House and Dad’s House

Little girl with a bag

by Janice Ferguson Pugsley   According to Christina McGhee, a leading authority on parenting and divorce and author of Parenting Apart, "shifting back and forth between homes has the potential to … [Read more...]

9 Ways to Survive Your Kids and Their Cell Phones:

Sibling Rivalry

A contract!  Sit and discuss this new technology with your children.  Actually sign an agreement.  Take the time to formally discuss this new responsibility with your children.  I love Janell … [Read more...]

I Am Special in Two Places

Poodle bedroom

I have one family, but we live in two homes. My mom’s house … and my dad’s house.   At my mom’s house my room is 2 different colours of pink and has poodles on the walls that … [Read more...]

Kids want to know you

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FvbRqGmhtVo Listening to Roland Warren, President of National Fatherhood Initiative, gave me goosebumps. “Children don’t want to know about you, they want … [Read more...]

Male call – NYPOST.com

Male call - NYPOST.comNo matter whether its Mommy or Daddy trying to balance….it’s a lot of balls in the air. According to NY Post on dad’s balancing their careers and their … [Read more...]

Family Dinner after divorce

(via LHJ: Family Dinner After Divorce - The Family Dinner by Laurie David) … [Read more...]

Between Two Worlds: The Inner Lives of Children of Divorce

Between Two Worlds: The Inner Lives of Children of Divorce Children of divorce who stay in touch with both parents must become travelers between two worlds. Even those whose parents have an amicable … [Read more...]

Mom’s House Dad’s House

Daddies, empower yourself with as much information as possible.  There are lots of great books out there but start with this one. Mom’s House, Dad’s House by Isolini Ricci . I love the … [Read more...]

Step-famlies

This is the year, according to many experts, when stepfamilies will outnumber first families in the U.S. One in three Americans is now a “step” of some sort — stepparent, stepsibling, or … [Read more...]

Transforming daddy’s home

Transforming Daddy’s New Home….It is possible for children to develop happy and emotionally balanced lives after divorce. Transforming daddy’s new house into a home will play an … [Read more...]