Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Divorcing Parents Are Considering 'Nesting' These Days

By PJ Media, July 31, 2017

Divorce is an unfortunate reality for countless families. The arrangements that parents make to ease the transition for their children varies greatly from one household to the next. While the traditional setup has always been for the children to go back and forth between two homes (depending on the custody agreement), some couples who are splitting up are trying something new: nesting.

Nesting is the situation where the children stay in the family home and the parents are the ones to move in and out. The arrangement forces the parents to adapt to the big change, rather than putting the children in a situation where they have two homes, two sets of toys, etc. But can such a thing work, realistically?

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1 comment:

  1. This kind of arrangement seems much better for the kids


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