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Resources for Separation/Divorce
The purpose of the SDS (Separated, Divorced, and Single) Parents group is to provide positive support and resources for parents dealing with issues of separation, divorce, co-parenting with a former partner, and single parenting.
In 2015, Park Slope Parents conducted a survey of single, divorced and seperated (SDS) parents, asking about their experience, advice and tips to share. This article contains reponses to the PSP SDS Survey question: Do you have any words of wisdom on what gave you piece of mind about concerns you might have had about the separation/divorce on your child(ren)?, plus extra wisdom from a 2019 thread.
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In 2015, Park Slope Parents conducted a survey of single, divorced and seperated (SDS) parents, asking about their experience, advice and tips to share. Here, parents respond to the PSP SDS Survey question: If you had any sort of mantras, quotes, sayings, words, even prayers that helped you get through the hard parts of your separation/divorce, please let us know ."
This article is now updated with more responses from our Spring 2022 SDS Survey!
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Park Slope Parents has groups for Single/Divorced/Separated parents, Single Parents by Choice, LGBTQ+ parents, Blended Families, and more. If you're not yet a member, join us today!
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