The holiday season is upon us! For divorced parents, especially parents in multi-race, multi-cultural, or multi-belief families, this time of year can bring more conflict than celebration but it doesn't have to be that way! In this episode, Kimberly explores how to make the holiday season a joyous time for everyone:
- The importance of Acknowledgement of Different Beliefs and Traditions;
- Why having a written plan is better than verbal agreements - especially during the holiday season;
- How creating new traditions, while incorporating old ones, can bring joy to both parents and children;
- The number one thing co-parents in multi-race, multi-cultural, and multi-belief families must do; and more.
This episode will surely help you navigate the holiday season so that you can focus on the festive and not the fight!
Grown Girl Divorce podcast is a space of relatability for Black women considering and going through a divorce. These are girlfriend conversations to educate and empower you through the process. Our host, Kimberly A. Cook, Esq., is a highly acclaimed divorce attorney and mediator breaking down divorce misinformation, dismantling stereotypes on Black families, and shining the light on the importance of diverse representation in family law. Grown Girl Divorce podcast guests are primarily women of color providing expert information or personal stories as a way to give voice to and support Black women going through divorce.
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