Hello and welcome to another parenting a blog.
Recently my husband and I have split up, and it hasn’t ended well, because a lot of things have been going on, and as always there are always those people who take sides and blame you.
They do this without them knowing the full story and jumping to conclusions.
A marriage breakup is caused by both parties and isn’t one sided. The father of my son has betrayed me and it has been tough, as now his dad sees him every weekend.
This blog is How to support your kids through a marriage break up. Don’t slag each other off in front of your child, and speak to each other in private.
At the moment I am in the place where I am unable to face my ex-husband because of what has been going on, which I can not proof, but at the same time respecting him being that he is still Henry’s father.
So keep it civil as much as possible and used delegating duties like my mum who is taking Henry over to see his dad, or his dad will pick him up.
Let the child choose who they wish to be with and don’t hold a grudge because of it. The child’s interest should come first and just let them see that you will support their needs as much as possible.
Ignore third parties, but do talk to someone yourself, because as parents and adults we need support too, and marriage break ups effects everyone.
The time it will be tough will be on seasonal holidays, but I know we will get through it and that, Henry may need to change schools, but that is up in the air at the moment and it important to concentrate on the now.
So remember when there is a marriage break up to look after your kids and talk to them about it too.
Many thanks for reading,