A new year brings new hope. It gives us a sense of feeling renewed and the desire to do-over. It is a fresh start! A time to refocus and fix what’s broken and get rid of things that don’t work anymore, right?
"The majority time-sharing parent not only knows their children’s daily habits and routines pretty well but also knows their favorite foods, clothing, sports, music type, etc. So, when it is the non-majority time-sharing parents' time with their children, the first question on their mind is: what do I do during my time-sharing time?"
The Holiday Season, the time of year that is full of joy! It is, indeed, the most wonderful time of the year. And also, the most sentimental and sensible time of year. Families get together to share and enjoy everyone’s company in preparation to say good-bye to the year that is almost gone, looking forward with hope to a new one. But, for those going through a divorce or recently divorced, it is a whole different story.
Your marriage is not going as well as you pictured. You are not getting along. You are not attracted to your spouse anymore. Many questions come to mind when you begin questioning your relationship and start thinking of splitting with your spouse. Is divorce always the best option? When is divorce the best option? Is it cheaper to stay married?
Relocating or moving also means a significant change and a lot of new things coming your way. A new neighborhood, new friends, new school or workplace, even a new language, food, and culture, depending on where you decide to move.