Thursday, March 19, 2015
Tips for Solving Single Parent Problems from High Conflict Divorces
Married couples with a high conflict relationship lead a tough life with their family, with one or both partners inflicting pain on the other. To save what’s left of the family (or his/her sanity), the rational spouse would resort to divorce and bring up their children on his/her own. Single parenthood, after all, seems like a more desirable option than staying in an unhealthy relationship. Raising the children, providing food and shelter, and giving time to oneself are a few of the common struggles of single parenthood. Friends, relatives and neighbors would give most single parents a hand in no time, but professional help can ease the burden of certain single parent problems more easily. Single parents starting anew can also recover faster from the troubles of separation when they’re guided by people who are more experienced in their situation.