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 How to Be Supportive of Divorcing Parents As an Adult?

Answer The divorce of parents is difficult regardless of your age. Older parents have different needs the children should considerParents divorce at all ages. When the parents of adult children divorce th... Read More »
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How to Cope With Your Parents Divorcing?

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How can extended family members help a teen if his or her parents are divorcing?

No, a blood relative is someone who is descended from someone that you are also descended from. A brother-in-law is related to you in that way.
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What do you do if your boyfriend wants to have a baby with you and now that he's talked about it you want to have the baby too but you want your parents to be supportive but you know they won't be?

Answer This is a decision you have to make for yourself. Remember, you're the woman and you're gonna have to be extremely responsible. Your parents should be left out of the equation here. Tell ... Read More »
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If the parents are giving a friend their child how can the adult accepting the child become legally bonded so the parents cannot take custody of the child at some future time?

Answer Parents cannot "give" a child to someone.All parties must follow the required adoption or guardianship procedures according to the laws of the state and through the appropriate state court.... Read More »
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