Lonely this Christmas? There are plenty of ‘blue Christmas’ songs for us to sob our hearts out to over the festive season. Think Bridget Jones and a bottle of wine – you get the picture. And whether this is your first Christmas after separation or your tenth,...
Keep calm, its divorce at Christmas If you’re anything like me, whilst you love Christmas, it kinda sneaks up on you. Ridiculous really given that it happens at the same time each year. You’d think I’d have a grip of it after 46 years on the planet. In Keep...
A guide to spending Christmas without your childrenWriting a guide to spending Christmas without your children was important and yet not easy. One of the most painful aspects of separation and divorce can be Christmas without your children. If both parents are...
How to navigate Christmas as a separated parentDivorce and co-parenting or parallel parenting is never easy. Christmas can be a particularly hard time – emotionally and practically. How to navigate Christmas as a separated parent will help. There’s a lot of...
Christmas and Divorce Christmas and divorce. They don’t sit well together do they? Perhaps this is your first Christmas as a separated lady, and you’re wondering how you are going to manage financially and emotionally. Here are a few tips to get you through the...
5 Steps for Surviving Christmas as a divorced woman What’s that you say? 5 steps for surviving Christmas as a divorced woman? That’s impossible! Christmas is often a stressful time for many families. Cooking, shopping managing children’s expectations and...
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