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Friday, 19 December 2008

Divorced Families Remain Cheerful through the Season

In countries around the world children are forced to deal with the upheaval of family and security during the Christmas season. Divorce has become more common than marriage in many countries, particularly the US. As this occurs, now more than ever, children have to learn to cope with the new dynamics of what family can be and what it means to them.

Divorces are hard enough to go through without the holiday season contributing to the chaos. So try to look on the bright side of things and immerse yourself in the holiday spirit. I am not saying forget about what is going on in your life, but remember all the things that you have to be thankful for, specifically your children. Not only are they a great source of positive thoughts and feelings, but it is Christmas. The holiday children love the most. In an article on about.com, the author mentions that she heard a friend tell her kids that this is their first Christmas as a broken family. So of course her children fed off her negative attitude and did not enjoy their Christmas because she was angry with her ex-husband the whole season.

If you are a divorced family make the most out of the time you have with your children this Christmas. Don’t bring up divorce. Involve your children in decision making. This way, they can feel a sense of control in a situation that thus far they have had no control over. Make them feel special with symbolic gifts like a stainless steel choker or glass bead necklace. These items are durable. They can be gift that last for many more Christmases to come.

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