Divorced Dad Help.
Set a good
Being a great father does not mean just showing up. Raising great children requires more
effort. In addition to the fun times, time spent with the children should be used productively,
teaching them right from wrong, self-respect, pride, and showing them that you get what you give. In
turn, as the dad, and as the kids, your rewards will be endless. Here are some thoughts on things to do
to be a good
Read to them.
Don’t make promises you can’t keep.
Go for a walk.
Let them help around the house.
If you give an allowance, make sure they earn it by doing something.
Talk about your childhood.
Take small trips – you don’t need to spend a lot – go to the beach for example.
Use good manners.
Lead by example.
Be patient when working on homework.
Always be affectionate – tell them you love them often.
Be clear with limits and expectations.
Know your kids’ friends and parents.
Go to church.
Be able to admit when you are wrong.
Traditionally, the father was always the one to fix the house or car, do the checkbook,
etc. Now, we need to actually nurture the children too! There is little that a mother can do that
a father can’t. Take a step back, and regroup. You need to overcome any tough issues at hand, and
start to live life to the fullest! As each day passes, it gets easier to accomplish this goal.
Try to experience the end of your relationship as a new beginning. This is the first step to begin
enjoying your new life with your
Start by cutting the strings attached to the ex, and realize that the relationship is
over. For many, this is very difficult. Some men hold on too long and make mistakes. Try to
make a breakup as easy as possible by remembering these
Don’t act like a baby, at least where she can see it.
Stay away from her, wash your hands of the whole situation.
Accept that there will be someone else, eventually, it is inevitable.
Remember some of the less desirable times with her.
No stalking, hitting, or anything like that.
It is not her new boyfriend’s fault. If anything, he has a crazy ex
Our articles are created with the hope of assisting fathers, children, and families through
these trying, extremely difficult times of separation and divorce. Through the Internet we hope to share our
knowledge and empower fathers at the times when they feel the most lost and hopeless. I wish my fellow single
fathers the best of luck and hope we can all survive the bitterness and pain of divorce, and keep our
children happy and
Finally - GOOD
PLEASE, try to remain
amicable. It is really in everyone's best interests. The lawyers get all the money when people
play games. Good luck.
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