How to navigate Christmas as a separated parent

The festive season can be a challenging time for co-parents, and now Covid-19 is making it even tougher

8th November, 2020
How to navigate Christmas as a separated parent
More than most days, holidays can really strip away whatever defences a single parent has built around themselves

When my ex-husband and I first broke up, I imagined that we would still take family holidays. That many of the big parts of our life together would go on as before. In part, I think this was because, at the start of contemplating a change of this magnitude, it was too much to take on board what it actually meant.

What I have since learnt is that I needed to break it down into...

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