Tips for Dealing With Divorce During the Holidays

Share Article

From how to successfully co-parent and share time with the children to what steps one can take to avoid negativity during the holidays, Divorce Magazine’s bloggers provide professional advice to those who are coping with separation and divorce during the holidays.

dealing with divorce during the holidays
While the holidays are a joyous time for many families – filled with gatherings, traditions, and gift giving – some families will be finding ways to cope with separation and divorce and still enjoy the holiday season.

While the holidays are a joyous time for many families – filled with gatherings, traditions, and gift giving – some families will be finding ways to cope with separation and divorce and still enjoy the holiday season. Divorce Magazine’s team of bloggers – including therapists, family lawyers, divorce coaches, and divorcees – provide tips for getting through and making the most of this time of year.

How to Handle Irritating People Over the Holidays

In “Coping with Divorce Over the Holidays: The Best Way to Handle Irritating People,” divorce coach Kat Forsythe provides advice on how to cope with people who try one’s patience at the best of times. “If you’re in the midst of a divorce, your mental health may be teetering on the edge of sanity during the holidays,” says Forsythe. “Knowing how to deal with the family and folks that push your buttons is critical.”

Tips for Healthy Holiday Co-Parenting

Co-parenting during and after a divorce is difficult as it is, but during the holidays – when both parents have hopes and expectations about continuing to enjoy holiday traditions with their children – it can be even more challenging. In “Co-Parenting During the Holidays: 5 Tips to Follow,” clinical psychologist Deanna Conklin-Danao offers five tips on how to successfully co-parent – which includes setting up a parenting plan that works for both parents – and make the holidays a pleasure again.

Visit DivorceMag.com for other helpful holiday blog posts, including:

  • What Christmas and Holidays Mean to Lawyers
  • 3 Holiday Tips for Adult Children of Divorce
  • Newly Divorced and Dreading the Holidays? Take One of These Three Trips
  • 7 Steps to Handle the Holidays After Divorce or Separation
  • Holiday Horrors and the Adult Children of Divorce

____________________________________________________________________________

Divorce Magazine and DivorceMagazine.com have been providing individuals and families who are going through the transition of separation and divorce with information, support, and guidance since 1996. The magazine and website both offer practical help and information – from child support to visitation, mediation to litigation, divorce recovery to dating after divorce. The online directory of divorce professionals and geo-targeted FAQs can assist separated individuals to find local help and advice. The magazine and website are owned by Divorce Marketing Group, which also publishes Family Lawyer Magazine and FamilyLawyerMagazine.com, DivorcedMoms.com, as well as a number of other divorce-related publications and websites.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Diana Shepherd
Divorce Marketing Group
+1 (866) 803-6667 Ext: 131
Email >
@divorcemktg
Follow >
Divorce Magazine
Like >
Follow us on
Visit website