It's no secret that one of the biggest challenges a parent faces after a Massachusetts divorce is staying in good communication with your children. Obviously all parents struggle with communication issues as their children grow, but children who have had their lives dramatically altered by separation or divorce need even more attention - and diligent observation by their parents.
For any parent going through a Massachusetts divorce or separation, it's not hard to get caught up in various dramas encountered throughout this transition. Moving homes, splitting assets, determining a parenting agreement, and coping with emotions is exhausting. While it might feel at times like you and your co-parent cannot agree on anything, there is at least one thing you must agree on: to keep your children and their well-being at the forefront of any decisions you make or actions you take during this time.
It doesn't take some Massachusetts children very long to realize the advantages of playing parents against each other to get what they want. After a few years of being on this earth, children start to realize that just because dad said no doesn't mean that mom will say no or vice versa.
Marriage counseling and couples therapy for Massachusetts couples still has a bad reputation. Despite the stigma that's been lifted off therapy in the past decade, signing up for marriage therapy sessions is still viewed by many as weakness, an admission that a relationship is in shambles.
For years, studies have found that depression is an all-too-common symptom of concussions. Massachusetts youth athletes, college athletes and retired NFL players who have suffered brain injuries are all at increased risk of mental illness.
We've all heard the saying, "Relationships are about give and take." And it's true when you love someone, it's natural to make small concessions so that your Massachusetts partner feels loved and appreciated.