Posts Tagged ‘parenting’

Co-Parenting | 8 Tips for Divorced Parents

A father with child after successfully co-parenting

Reading Time: 6 minutes Co-Parenting | 8 Tips for Divorced Parents       Let’s face it. Co-parenting with your ex after a divorce or separation can be hard. Most parents don’t realize the importance of doing this. Nearly 50% of children will see their parents go through a divorce and divorced individuals often struggle with co-parenting. They may…

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Best parenting style BFF or Parent?

Bff vs Parent

Reading Time: 4 minutes Best Parenting Style? BFF or Parenting Best parenting style BFF or Parent? This is a topic that is so relevant today as we see an increase in parents attempting to shield their children from reality in an effort to protect them. Is this harmful or helpful?… Does it create stability or does this set up…

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Beauty for Ashes: Hope for despair

image representing something good coming from nothing "Beauty for ashes"

Reading Time: 3 minutes Beauty for Ashes  Have you ever thought there is more to life than this? God can take you from a broken place and give you beauty for ashes. This past Sunday while worshiping in church I felt God put in my heart “beauty for ashes.” That’s what I think about when I look back over…

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Child Custody Virginia Attorney

Attorney working on a custody case

Reading Time: 6 minutes Child Custody in Virginia As a practicing family law and child custody attorney, there is not a day that goes by where I do not speak with a Father who has given up on being in his child’s life. He has gone through every terrible situation imaginable with the child’s mother and just feels that…

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Fatherless Children Statistics

Representation of father’s importance in children’s lives. fatherless homes

Reading Time: 2 minutes  Fathers Matter! So, on the way to work in the car this morning, I heard the radio host state that “Moms were twice as important as dads.” Do what!?? I said to myself…  Seems a little sexist don’t you think??  Can you imagine a man saying that men are twice as important or valuable in say, the workplace? …

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