The holidays can be difficult, and even painful—especially when we desire to spend them with someone special. The temptation to feel incomplete, discouraged or even depressed can be overwhelming.
This article will spark your imagination and hopefully touch your heart as to what your role is in your own single parent home and in the lives of many of your single parent friends and their children.
Having gone through divorce herself, this author shares healthy ways she has discovered for single people to cope with the apprehension of the looming holidays.
Asking yourself the questions in this article can help you to identify and face the specific feelings and concerns you have about the coming holidays.
Practical ideas for surviving the deep loneliness and pain you may be experiencing this holiday season.
Take care of yourself physically … celebrate Christmas in a simple manner … serve others in need … Connect with a DivorceCare group.
For this single parent family it was the first Christmas without the other parent. How could a wind chime make a difference? Read about how it changed this family’s time together.
After a divorce, many times we tend to focus on the negative. We can become overburdened with sadness, hurt, bitterness and grief. This article gives practical advice on how you can give these burdens to Jesus and accept His comfort.
This article explains ways children may express their anger during the holidays and provides tips on helping children deal with anger, reducing a child’s frustrations during the holidays and teaching your children about situations they get angry about.
Linda Ranson Jacobs, one of our Surviving the Holidays video experts, shares wise and practical advice on how to help your children through the holidays.
We asked our Surviving the Holidays video experts to share their insights about visions of reconciliation over the holidays.