Any change in your personal relationships can be difficult – whether you are trying to survive as a post-divorce parent or convincing your aging parent to relocate. Pay attention to how you are impacting others. Here are some personal relationship tips to consider.
Even if you’re trying to survive post-divorce, pay attention to your child’s behavior to ensure he/she is adjusting.
Try to understand the fear and vulnerability your elderly parent is experiencing if you hire an in-home caregiver.
Start discussing with your elderly parents housing options for when living independently is no longer possible.
If you find yourself using your child as a messenger to your ex, STOP doing so and apologize for your behavior.
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10 Signs Your Kid Is Adjusting Well To The Divorce
When Elders Don’t Accept Outside Caregivers in the Home
When Elderly Parents Lose Their Independence
The Top 5 Mistakes Divorced Parents Make