Reconciling as Parents

Can divorced parents act like parents, not spurned lovers? These women found a way.

Denigrating a CoParent: Alienation or Boomerang?

“Your father is a self-absorbed narcissistic!” “Your greedy, bloodsucking mother robbed me of all of my money!”

Two Homes, One Childhood

I want children to have a childhood, despite their parents’ divorce. How? Their parents can act like parents, not litigants, spurned lovers, or bitter exes.

Parents to Judge: Jewish or Catholic?

Joseph Reyes and Rebecca Shapiro are divorced parents with a 3-year-old daughter. Mom is Jewish. Dad is Catholic. And therein lies the making of a dispute, a dispute that has become very public.

Children Caught in the Middle

Here's a letter that arrived together with the usual holiday mail: I am in the 8th grade. My English class is writing an essay on a topic that is important to us. I chose to do the effects divorce has on a teen. As I was on Google I saw your article on the same topic and it helped me a lot. I was wondering if you could take some time and send me some more information on that topic.