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April 2020 Archives

How Massachusetts Divorcees Can Restart Their Retirement Planning

One of the most important things you can do is take stock of your retirementRetirement 1.jpg potfolio once your Massachusetts divorce is finalized. Having a plan to get you where you want to go needs to start with where you are now.

5 Ways to Safeguard Your Massachusetts Children During and After Divorce

Communication with our Massachusetts children is always important, but never asChildren 50.jpg essential as when they are touched by separation or divorce. Children are vulnerable and easily frightened by changes in their routines. The more you talk to and comfort them, the less stress and anxiety they'll experience. This is the time to reassure your children that you are taking care of matters and everyone in the family will be okay, Then, of course, take responsibility for doing what needs to be done to assure their well-being.

How to Know When It's Time to Let Go of Your Massachusetts Spouse

If you've ever seen a romantic comedy, you've likely watched two people who findLove 6.jpeg a way to be together no matter what obstacles stand in their way. The reason is always simple: They're in love. But off screen, love isn't always enough to make a Massachusetts relationship last.

How to Deal With Rejection During Massachusetts Divorce

Rejection hurts. And it hurts regardless of who is rejecting you or how you'reRejected.png getting rejected. Research confirms it, finding that when people get rejected during a Massachusetts divorce, they often feel jealous, lonely and anxious. 

3 Big Myths Women Believe About Divorced Massachusetts Dads

Many Massachusetts children grow up as adults and find they are duped intoMyths 1.jpg believing negative things about one parent or another as a consequence of a Massachusetts divorce. Our society, legal system and gender biases all play a role in creating negative stereotypes connected to divorced women and men.

Massachusetts Parenting Styles Are About You, Not the Baby

What's your parenting style? Are you a Massachusetts attachment parent, free-Parenting Styles.jpgrange parent, a gender-neutral parent, or a tiger parent? The answer says a lot about the expecting adult but very little about how that baby is going to fare. At the core, it doesn't really matter how you parent your baby.
You can be there for every whimper or give them room. You can give them all the toys or none of the toys. You can invest time, money, energy, and a great deal of stress into following parenting advice. None of it will make a difference.

The fact is that babies are designed to be largely immune to parenting styles. They will grow and develop regardless of what a parent does, as long as a parent is there and responsive at least half of the time. The proof of this lies in the history of parenting norms and the enormous diversity of cultural parenting practices around the globe. So why are Massachusetts parents so stuck on the idea that good parenting is so essential for raising healthy babies?

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