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Seven Ways To Be A Strong Single Parent

Being a Strong Single Parent I spent eleven years a single mother and learned through the eyes of others just how strong I was at that time. Those outside observations and my reflections have shown how my inner strength as a single mother shaped my children into who they are today. From those observations that […]

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Traveling for a Vacation/Parenting Time & Six Tips to Make It Less Stressful

Traveling for a Vacation/Parenting Time & Six Tips to Make It Less Stressful Do not tell your children first! You have planned a vacation to Disneyland and want to share the news with your children. Your boss has approved your vacation time and it will be scheduled for the upcoming holiday break from school. You […]

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Unscheduled Holiday Parenting Time

In our last few blogs, we have discussed what is holiday parenting time and what holidays are traditionally observed. But what happens if a holiday is important to your family and it is not listed in the holiday parenting time schedule. There are some holidays celebrated across the generations as part of one’s ancestral culture […]

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Holiday Parenting Time

With the holiday season wrapping up, I wanted to take a minute to share with you some information on how to maintain family traditions during holiday parenting time and how to preserve the joy of holidays that your children have. This way your children can enjoy spending time with both parents in future holidays.

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Joint Legal Custody and School Enrollment

School has started up again. But for many parents who share joint legal custody, the question is being brought up again on who determines which school the children will attend. Disagreements can arise over the ratings of schools, the quality of the courses offered, the cost of attending the school, or the distance that the […]

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