I think this report shows children do best when both parents not only support and provide for the child, but for each other. Two homes give both parents needed breaks from childcare. It’s a majorly tough job raising kids, and they clearly must feel a sole provider’s stress. There are so many ways to lighten each other’s load by just being respectful to each other through the process, and keeping negative critical thoughts to yourself. The old saying, “If you don’t have something nice to say don’t say anything at all,” has worked best for me. But I digress. My kids actually seem to enjoy our two homes – feel they are privileged as most their friends have one. Glad they look at that way..
There has been a lot of talk recently about how important two parent households are to children’s well-being. But when divorce or separation is the best choice, is there anything you can do to make the situation better for your kids? Maybe you should consider joint custody.
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