Posts Tagged ‘divorce’

stay at home wives back to work

How stay-at-home moms hurt gender equality

When I push back against the stay-at-home mom fantasy — the myth that children fare better when mothers do not work, and that this lifestyle benefits anyone at all — I am often met with: “What do you care? We should respect all women’s choices in the spirit of sisterhood!” Wrong. When women chose to…

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parental alienation law

Parental alienation information center

I have written extensively on the importance of the movement towards shared parenting. There are 55-peer reviewed studies that prove that shared parenting is best for children in separated and divorced families — when time is split approximately equally between homes — including in high-conflict situations. Very closely related is the recognition by courts and…

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single mom statistics

Single mom statistics (prepare to have your mind blown)

Who are single moms today? Who do they really represent in today’s society? These single mom statistics, facts and figures might (okay, will!) surprise you! Single mom statistics There are 10 million single mother-lead families in the United States [1]. This is 3x the number in 1960. In addition: 25% of families are headed by…

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coparent stepmom

Awesome co-parenting advice from mom/stepmom of 7!

  Jenny C posted the below on The real reason your ex doesn’t see the kids, which is one of the most shared and commented-on posts I have ever written. I appreciate that her advice comes from all angles, and is wise, practical and loving. Jenny C has four children from her first marriage, one together…

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