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4 Ways to Achieve a Level of Calmness as a Single Parent

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People have their own ways of reacting to and handling change. Some have an innate sense of “going with the flow” while others experience a tremendous amount of stress when change occurs.’

If nothing else, divorce is a huge change-maker in the lives of all those who experience it. For single parents, the abilities to keep their wits about them and keeping stress at bay at vital.

In this issue, the San Diego family law attorneys with the Men’s Legal Center will share advice for remaining calm and stress-free as a single parent

If you’re a parent thinking of divorce, it’s definitely in your best interest to secure legal help from a qualified and experienced San Diego family law attorney. Here at the Men’s Legal Center, our reputation is one of helping Californians successfully navigate their way to their post-divorce lives.

You can receive a free phone consultation and make your appointment by calling 619-234-3838 or via email.

How to Remain Calm as a Single Parent

  1. Try to remain positive.
    This may sound easier than done, but it’s key to remember that your children are influenced by your mood. If you’re feeling depressed, it’s ok to let your children know how you feel; the key is to ensure they’re not the cause of the problem.
  2. Keep things on schedule.
    You and your child will feel more organized and at ease when things – meals, household tasks, bedtimes and others – are on a daily schedule.
  3. Get rid of the guilt.
    As we’ve previously written, divorce is not a sign that you are a failure, so the quicker you remove those thoughts from your mind, the better. Instead, focus on what you do accomplish and what you provide. If the feelings of guilt persist, you may want to join a divorce support group.
  4. Embrace consistent discipline.
    Work with your child’s other parent in establishing rules and steps for discipline to be observed in both households. It may surprise you that, even with discipline, children actually have a tendency to thrive when they know exactly what’s expected of them.

If you’re a parent considering divorce in San Diego, call the Men’s Legal Center.

Families do not end with divorce; rather, the circumstances of the relationship are changed.  

If you’re a parent who is considering divorce, there are important issues that need to be addressed. To make sure you’ve got all your bases covered, we urge you to secure legal representation so that you’re fully protected in your post-divorce life.

You can receive a free phone consultation and make your appointment by calling 619-234-3838 or via email.