We recently discussed the reason why you and your ex should discuss matters related to your children. If you recall, one reason is that your child's immune system can be impacted by parents who have divorced and don't communicate. We want you to know that there are also other reasons for you and your ex to communicate.
Many people don't realize just how stressful divorce is until they live through one of their own. Did you know that divorce is very stressful for the children involved and not just the adults? This stress on the children is something that parents can help to control, but failing to do so can have negative impacts on the child's health.
We've recently discussed the issues that are related to domestic violence. One thing that often comes from cases that involve domestic violence is that the couple ends up going through a divorce. If this is the case with your marriage, you should take steps to ensure that your rights are respected and that your best interests are protected throughout the case.
Abusive relationships are challenging for the person who is being abused. Many people think of these relationships as ones that involve physical abuse; however, there are other forms of abuse that can occur. One of these is emotional abuse. While emotional abuse doesn't come with bruises and other physical injuries, it is just as serious as physical abuse.
Many people think of domestic violence as a problem that involves only opposite sex couples. This isn't at all the case. Even people who are in same-sex relationships can have issues with domestic violence. This is because domestic violence doesn't know sexual orientation, age, gender or any other similar factors.