Divorcing or separating from the parent-child-commitment after divorce or separation should be against the law. Pain and revenge filled outrages by wounded parties that suffer from abandoned vows of “for better or for worse,” declare minor and adult children casualties of their war.
Yes, the well-being of adult children of divorce or separation should not be excluded because they are no longer minors. Their feelings and emotions are ageless, however their unresolved issues related to divorce or separation can be timeless. Let’s face it; without consideration these people could soon give birth to a pain stained generation.
With attention on:
• Supporting your children
• Figuring out what to tell them
• Listening and offering reassurance
• Providing stability and structure
• Taking care of yourself
• Working with your ex
• Knowing when to seek help
There would be very little time and room to poison, and ruin their lives with putrid feelings about the other parent. Marrying this kind of agreement might later produce healthy well-adjusted people. Not marrying this kind of agreement could potentially produce confused sad mentally ill angry depressed, and sometimes drug addicted people.
So, before the ink is dry on divorce decrees or legal custody agreements a new agreement should be added and signed by both parties that might state: Each party will stay married to enforcing the well-being of all children involved or be remanded by the court.
"When it comes to David Foster and my ex-husband Mohamed Hadid it is just important for our children that we all get along, and that we all are respectful. Between us all we have 12 kids and step kids and it's a big blended family and we love it."
“Mohamed and I were married for 7 years, and after the divorce my focus was always to keep Mohamed close and involved in the lives of my children because at the end of the day it wasn't really about how I was feeling about Mohamed, it was really about how my children felt about their daddy."
Regardless of celebrity status, living in a mansion, or having bags of cash, Yolanda Foster’s words and actions represent not how love – feels, but instead mandate what love – does.
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