It's important to be as honest as possible with children when going through the divorce process, while taking care not to let your own biases turn them against one parent or another.
While many assume that fathers don't cultivate the same bond with their children as mothers, it's important to acknowledge those who go above and beyond to set a good example as a male role model.
It's important for only children to feel like they have a supportive outlet following divorce, whether from both parents, other friends and relatives, or their school environment.
While fathers may approach parenting from a different angle than mothers, they are just as capable of nurturing children, taking on daily responsibilities, and fostering a loving environment.
LGBT parents are often subjected to unique obstacles when it comes to determining custody and defining roles and responsibilities in the event of divorce.
Adult children of divorce have a unique perspective on marriage and its flaws, and may be more inclined to avoid the pitfalls they witnessed in the presence of their parents growing up.
While many couples feel pressure on Valentine's Day, rest assured that this too shall pass, and consistency in your relationship is far more important than overindulging on any one day.
No matter your age, being a child of divorced parents will likely continue to have an effect on your life going forward, making it essential that you stand up for yourself and cultivate an independent existence whenever possible.
It's important to be aware of subtle signs in your marriage that may indicate a waning connection, a building distrust, or a general lack of effort being put in by both parties.
No matter the age of the children involved, it's crucial for single parents to carve out some personal time to recharge, refresh, and rediscover their own personal passions in life.
DivorceForce recently spoke with Barry Gold, a "Gray Divorce" expert and self-professed inventor of the term "Di-Curious" to discuss the unique complications of divorcing later in life.
Wedding relics such as photographs, attire and jewelry can provoke unpleasant memories, making it advantageous to explore other options for preservation or repurposing.
While it may be a natural reflex to take on an accusatory tone with an ex, placing blame and pointing fingers will only make the divorce process more difficult in the long run.
By being aware of your actions and channeling a higher level of emotional intelligence, you can make strides to minimize the negative qualities often brought about by divorce.
Every divorce is different, which is why it's best not to have any false expectations of what your own, personal journey will consist of.
While the divorce process brings with it undeniable pain and turmoil, it can also be seen as a new beginning filled with potential for future happiness and fulfillment.
While a second wedding may seem somewhat redundant and less "special," it should be treated just as significantly as the first, and celebrated accordingly.