The Realities Of Holidays With Divorced Parents

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If one parent works, and one doesn’t

If one parent works and one doesn’t—a common setup—the working parent can feel that the time divide is never fair. Sure, you’re spending three days with one and three with the other, but the working one will be working for two of those days, so he doesn’t really get time with you.

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