As the holidays rapidly approach put aside the divorce case and concentrate
on your family. Now is the time to do your best so that both parents and
children enjoy the holidays with each other. Make sure that the kids get
to spend meaningful and quality time with both parents. Consider how you
would feel if your time were severely restricted with the children. Consider
how you would feel if the children never wake up in your home on Christmas
morning or never spend Christmas Eve with your family.
Celebrate the holidays and let the children and the other parent enjoy
the time as well. The children will always remember as they grow up how
their parents got along or did not on Christmas Eve/Day or New Year's
Eve/Day. They will not forget the angry phone calls they overhear, the
threats that are made or the police coming to their home.
Make the holidays go smoothly for everyone and perhaps the good Karma will
flow through the New Year and your divorce will also reach a faster resolution
because of the good will that you created.