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Maintaining sanity when co-parenting with a toxic person

Virginia co-parents who divorced in an amicable way face a variety of challenges because of the logistics of parenting children from two different households. The situation becomes even more complicated when one of the co-parents is a toxic person. Here are a few steps a co-parent can take to maintain their sanity while working with a toxic ex-spouse.

Has a plea bargain been offered in your case?

Every criminal case is different. If you have recently faced charges for a crime in Virginia, you may have spent a considerable amount of time worrying about what will happen next. You may already understand the exact allegations that you face, but you know that the outcomes are up in the air until the end of your case.

Why men are still expected to be breadwinners

Men in Virginia and throughout America are generally expected to be financial providers for their families. However, it is not uncommon to see wives make more than their husbands. Research suggests that this could be a problem in some relationships. One study found that a couple is 33% more likely to get a divorce when the wife makes more than the husband. While women have more leeway to determine what they would like to do with their lives, men are still expected to be financially stable.

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