Whether you are currently going through a divorce or the divorce is now done, holidays and holiday memories, often involving family traditions, can stir up many mixed emotions. Can it ever be happy and bright again? Will your children ever look forward to the holiday season again? While we can tell our clients that they will get through it; they can create new traditions; they can have a happy holiday after all; we know that it might be easier said than done. Here are some resources for managing difficult feelings at the holidays. The first half-dozen articles focus on your children; a second group of articles put the focus on you. The final article focuses on adult children of divorcing parents.

Helping Children of Divorce Through the Holidays

Keeping the Holiday Spirit Alive During Divorce

How divorced parents can help their children survive the holidays

Facing the Holiday Season After Divorce

Children, Divorce and the Holidays

Divorce and the Holidays — Putting Children First

MIFR, a tool that can support you in creating the holiday you want

7 Ways to Create New Traditions For Your Family Post-Divorce

5 Tips on Handling Emotions During the Holidays

5 Tips for Making It Through the Holidays as a Single Parent

Tips for Enjoying the Holidays After Divorce

Holiday Tips for Separated and Divorced Parents

12 Tips for Bringing Light Back to the ‘Hard-Knock’ Holidays

Adult Children With Recently Divorced Parents: 10 Ways to Navigate the Holidays