A study from the Centre for Fertility and Health is drawing attention in the medical community because of what it has to say about how divorce affects the chances that a child will suffer from depression.
So-called "birdnesting" is being touted as a new -- and much improved -- way of co-parenting after a divorce. Before you try it, however, make sure you realize what you're doing.
If you're in a battle for the custody of your child, it's perfectly understandable if you're feeling pretty emotional. Unfortunately, you can't afford to let your emotions dictate your actions because that could be fatal to your case.
For many divorced parents, the roughest adjustment that they have to make is not being with their children as much as usual. While shared parenting is becoming more of a norm, there are still many parents whose work schedules and lives make 50-50 parenting plans unattainable.
Joint custody often sounds like a nightmare to divorcing parents. The idea of working together with your ex-spouse on anything, let alone the kids, can sound just about impossible.