20 things all kids with divorced parents will understand

anthropanxiety: 1. Always feeling trapped in the middle 2. Siblings begging you to stay at that parent’s house 3. Having a fight with one parent and wishing to be with the other 4. Something happens, and you just need to be with the other because the one you’re with can’t help 5. Forgetting something at …

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theperksofhavingperkytitties: The most annoying thing about having divorced parents like mine are that each one thinks the other intentionally sabotaged them or when it comes to my brother and sister they don’t give a shit. Be a fucking adult, stop thinking the whole world is against you because a little thing that the other one …

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thelastpilot: Going to dinner with your two divorced parents is like having two dogs in the same room and you’re not completely sure they’re gonna be cool so you’re really tense and uncomfortable the whole time even if they don’t do anything. Is Dad Dog gonna growl and egg Mom Dog into going for the …

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sillysurgeon: Where r the relatable parental divorce memes at…

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since my parents divorce

n0tabigail: no one mentions my dad on Father’s Day… um… Go ahead and post a picture of my moms new husband and HIS family with my mom but nothing about my dad AT. ALL. and subsequently no pictures of my sister and I with our family made mention either. He’s not dead & he’s still …

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amanda-healthyhappywhole: It’s not easy co-parenting with someone who is difficult to communicate with and whose parenting strategy is so different. Conner doesn’t see his father often, but when he does, it’s usually in the midst of some huge family get together or special event. So, there have been those knife-in-the-gut times that I’m sure all …

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Excellent advice about co-parenting from Christina McGhee

Tips for Parenting Out of Two Homes From the Parenting Apart blog by Christina McGhee Encourage a two home concept. Children should feel they have a home with both Mom and Dad regardless of how much time is spent with either parent. Be supportive of both homes. Avoid judging or criticizing your child’s home with the other parent. …

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Spend this sunday at your home

All hatmakers get into it by accident. I had my dream job: I was working at Queen’s Park for a couple of politicians, but in the end, it wasn’t as perfect for me as I thought. I took a hatmaking course as a stress release, and [then left] the office. I studied with retired milliner …

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