There are many things in life that you just don’t plan for. Divorce is probably at the top of that mental list. It’s just one of those things that comes in life, and you find yourself is disbelief to know that you’re a participating party to the whole ordeal. This may take a serious strain on your well-being, but it will be even more devastating if you don’t have an exit strategy.
When it comes to being a single dad, it can be tough to enjoy the time that you have with your kids when you know how limited it is. Whether you are an every weekend, every other weekend, or once a month visitor, you want to cherish each moment with your child. But when it starts to get old doing the same activities week after week you will start craving something fun and new to keep both you and your kid entertained:this is the perfect time to schedule a vacation for lots of one-on-one time in a new location. However it might be intimidated planning some time away when you aren’t used to, well, doing everything it requires to get the family ready. Don’t let this deter you! With a few simple trips you can start creating single dad vacations that are just as fun and chock-full of wonderful memories that you can cherish forever.
Divorce can be one of the most difficult components of marriage. In many cases, men and women view divorce as an adult issue that should be discussed and carried on behind closed doors, unaware that divorce is very much a family affair, albeit a painful one. For a child, the difficult transition through a divorce can be challenging, heartbreaking and full of confusion, misinterpretation and feelings of fault and helplessness. As a father it is vital to embrace and soothe your child during this difficult time. Being aware of their feelings, concerns and answering their questions with honesty and love can not only help ease some of their hurt, but can strengthen the bond between a father and his child.
As a single dad, it may seem like a daunting task to figure out fun activities for you and your children to enjoy in the summertime. Trying to figure out something that everyone will enjoy and doesn’t break the bank can be tricky, even for the most seasoned veterans. There is no shortage of excellent summertime activities that can be enjoyed by the whole family as long as you are willing to be creative and think a little outside the box.