As a married couple or preparing for marriage, I would like to sort out my relationships. There are so many people in my life that are giving me advice and trying to run my life. So what do I do as I love them all?
One of the first signs that problems are near is when communication breaks down. This behavior is pretty normal, which means it happens more times than not and it’s accepted.
You may have realized by now that working together as a family can be as difficult as moving a mountain. So the question is how then can one do this?
Many times parents who share a child(ren), find it hard to get along. This is normal and because it’s normal it provides a great opportunity for prayer.
It is not unusual for parents who share time with their child(ren) to have bad or unfavorable feelings towards their child’s other parent. While this is normal, normal doesn’t make it right.
To overcome thinking your child’s other parent isn’t fit to parent, what can you do for them that you’d want done for you if the shoe was on the other foot.
A blended-family often yields parents and step-parents who compete against each other. That’s a normal outcome, but what those who are fortunate enough to be in this situation don’t usually see is the blessing of more.
This is for the person who finds themselves in a shared-parenting fight. You and your child(ren)’s other parent can’t ever seem to find common ground.
There are a number of people who find themselves in a shared-time parenting scenario. And for some reason, one of the parents acts like they are the child’s only parent.
Generally we don’t have confidence in our prayers and even if they are answered we may not possess the confidence to share with others what was done in our lives.