Anne Sanborn June 24, 2021 Parenting
Apparently, this is a common problem. It is becoming more and more common with hard economic times where grandparents are going to live with their offspring, or their kids are coming home to live with them, and bringing their kids. In past periods families have lived like this, but it is not common today here the United States, at least not as common as it has been throughout the world, as kids can learn a lot from grandparents, there is much wisdom to depart, even if it does take a toll on the grandparents.
Additionally, stress is something you do not need in your older age, stress can lead to disease, fatigue, and other problems and challenges. Dirty diapers and unclean conditions can also hamper the immune system, so there are many reasons why grandparents probably should not live with their grandkids, but love them nevertheless, and can not wait to see them again. There is a big difference between visiting grandkids and having to live with them, and apparently the empirical evidence is in, therefore you should take note of it. Please consider all this and think on it.
Usually, parents request modifications to the parenting plan when there is a significant change to the children`s lives or the parent`s lives. Whether it is a change to the basic custody schedule or a topic in the parenting plan, almost every part of the plan is open to revisions, as long as you can show the court that the changes benefit your children.
While a parenting plan should outline ways for children to keep positive existing routines and relationships, sometimes parents overlook some obvious topics. Here are 20 questions your parenting plan must answer if you want to cover some of the most problematic areas that divorced parents face when it comes to co-parenting.
There was an interesting article in Science Daily posted on August 21, 2013 titled; "Grandmothers Who Raise Their Grandkids Struggle With Depression, Study Suggests," which actually makes a lot of sense, parenting is a huge stress, and older people around younger people all the time makes them feel old, unwanted, too slow, and out of touch.
In a child custody mediation session, a trained mediator acts as a neutral third party to help you and the other parent work together to develop a plan to parent your children after divorce. You may be able to resolve issues in one session, or it may take several sessions.