Surviving Christmas as a Separated Parent

5 December 2014

Christmas is one of the most challenging times when you are a separated parent. Both parents want to spend Christmas Eve and Christmas Day with the children.  In the majority of cases this is not going to be possible. 

Should we spoil children at Christmas?

4 December 2014

According to Isabelle Taubes writing in the Pschologies Magazine, children can learn valuable lessons about generosity at Christmas if we can avoid over-indulging. What about parents who are divorced, do children receive twice as many presents?  I imagine that they do.  I believe that it would be a good idea if parents could agree to share the cost and buy joint presents.  Follow the link below to read the full article 

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