Loving You Every Day of Your Life: A Father’s Journey Thru Divorce

If you don't do the work, you may remain stuck in the past. You may wrestle with the depression and demons of your parent's transgressions and lack of support.

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What I Want My Kids to Know About Our Divorce 12 Years Later

I am here. I am your dad. And I love you just as much now as I did the moment I helped you out of your mom's body. The best of our lives together is ahead of us. 

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10 Years as a Whole Parent: 50/50 Shared Parenting Vision

My kids would've gotten a better version of me. We would've stayed a bit closer as a family, even after I left, because the bills would all be split. And my house would've been just as comfortable as mom's house.

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Why Do Ex-Wives Feel Entitled? And Ex-Husbands Feel Victimized?

You can't have kids by yourself. Your partner is just as important. Why would it be different when you no longer live together?

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Moving from Parenting To Co-parenting: Joining Together In Divorce

But it's the kids who stand to lose the most from this imbalanced systemic approach. Dad is more than money. And mom is capable of making just as much money (let's table the fair pay discussion for the moment) as the dad. These old roles no longer fit the educated and compassionate couple. But the road to a good and healthy co-parenting plan is not a well-worn path.

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