It was once said, “if you disrespect the parent, you disrespect the child,” when it comes to talking about and dealing with ex-wives and husbands. This is very true and children will definitely pick up on disrespectful comments and disparaging remarks about their other parent. In the case of a blended family where there is shared custody, parents are far better off finding ways to work together in respectful ways regarding custody arrangements, parenting and other issues which involve their children. It is not necessary to adore your ex, but it is necessary to at least be civil when dealing with them, even if they do not return the respect. What your respect will achieve is respect for your child and their relationship with their natural parent. This type of behaviour will also help children to better respect their own future relationships.
Sunday, July 1, 2012
How to deal with the Ex - Wife - Marriage Counselling Sydney
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