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Why You Shouldn’t Care If You’re the “Lesser” Parent in Divorce

In divorce, divorce advice, single mom, single parent life on June 15, 2015 at 6:07 pm

What does it mean to be the “lesser” parent, and is there such a thing? Well, no, of course there’s not such a thing in reality: if a child has two active parents in the aftermath of divorce, they are both equal and worthy and the child is lucky! Of course, if you have been divorced, are divorced, or are going through a divorce, you know that in our minds there is this fictional construct of the “lesser” parent. The lesser parent makes less money and can take the child on fewer or no vacations than the other parent. The lesser parent cannot make a grand Christmas or birthday, while the other can. The lesser parent is the more broke parent of the two. The lesser parent is the one looking around aimlessly for helping hands, while the other parent has plenty of support.

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The Myth Is In My Brain,

Laura

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