Giving Thanks After A Split

One of my friends sent me this link this morning and I thought it worthy to share.   Although not all co-parents are in a place where they can share a meal together, I think that seeing that the possibility is even there can help bring hope to a tough situation.  My aunt and uncle divorced when I was little, but my uncle came to Thanksgiving and Christmas with us for years.  I never really understood that as a child, but now I see how kind that was of him to bring my cousin to celebrate with OUR FAMILY when it was his year to have her.  That is amazing…

As   said in her blog, “When exes bring good intentions to the table, it’s the perfect occasion to open the door to a healthier relationship. It gives parents, and their kids, more to be thankful for all year round.”

http://www.slate.com/articles/life/holidays/2013/11/celebrating_thanksgiving_with_divorced_parents.html

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