A round up of the best tips for divorced parents of teenagers.
Looking for help navigating the holidays as a divorced parent OR as a parent of a teenager? Both? Look no further!
Tips to reduce the holiday drama from Mother/Daughter Guru Colleen O’Grady.If you are the mother of a teen daughter, divorced or not, you need to get to know Colleen. Check out her holiday survival guide here. Don't forget to subscribe to her mailing list for weekly tips to make your relationship with your teen daughter better than you ever imagined.
Divorced and navigating the holidays for the first or tenth time? Alan Ravitz, a child psychiatrist, offers tips to help you cooperate, not compete, with your ex at the holidays. Learn more here.
Looking for an amazing gift for your teens this holiday season? The best present you can give is cooperation with your co-parent. Read more from Randi Rubin on HuffPost.
Hoping to keep your traditions alive post-divorce? How to have realistic expectations. Tips from Bradley Hospital in Riverside, Rhode Island.
Is this your first holiday season with a teenager? Read 7 tips to help for parents and teens during the holidays.
Have you and your teen and family experienced a traumatic loss or experience? Learn more about surviving the holidays after a trauma.
Parenting a teen with Aspergers or on the Autism Spectrum? Learn more about how to support your child during this stressful holiday season! Holiday stress management for parents with teens and children on the Autism Spectrum.
December holidays come RIGHT after finals for many middle and high school students. Learn how parents can reduce holiday stress for their teens. (divorced or not.)
And finally, one of my first blog posts about surviving and may be even enjoying the holidays as a family. Even if you have teenagers. Learn more here.
What is your #1 sanity-saver as a parent at the holidays? Tell us about it in the comments!
Are you a divorced parent looking for extra support during the holidays? Join the Divorce Proofing Group on Facebook! Learn more and join here!
Bethany Raab is a Denver-based social worker who loves helping teens and their families be happy and healthy!