Women's Divorce Blog

06 May 2019

  • Do You Need Separate Birthday Parties?
    Celebrating your child's birthday after divorce can be a tricky situation. These tips can help.
  • Divorcing a Narcissist
    Getting divorced is tough no matter what, but be prepared for a battle if your spouse has narcissistic tendencies.
  • Best Way to Sell an Engagement Ring after Divorce
    After a bad marriage and a bad divorce, many women are ready to get rid of this symbol of eternal love. These tips can help turn your bridal bling into money.
  • Allow Yourself to Heal
    Denying the emotional pain of divorce by trying to avoid it or push it away can actually extend the time it takes to heal. Instead, allow yourself time to work through the grieving process.
  • 9 Ways to Make Visitation after Divorce Easier
    Newly divorced parents have a lot of adjustments to make, but ultimately they want to ease the pain for their children. Here are some tips to help take the sting out of visitation.

Life After Divorce?

The hurt and disruption caused by a divorce can make you question whether there can be life after divorce. How can I pick up the pieces and how good will the quality of life be after a divorce?

Choosing daycare

Picking a quality daycare

Many parents have to make decisions about daycare during or after their divorce. It is an emotional time and making a good choice in daycare for your child can be tough among all the other changes going on. Here are some ideas to help you through this process

Stay at home parents

If you were a stay-at-home parent before the divorce, this can be a difficult change. You may not have wanted daycare for your child but are forced into it by circumstances. If you have no other viable choices, then accept that you need daycare and put your energy into finding the best one to suit your child and your situation.

Where to get information

Recommendations from other parents

Talk to other parents and find out about the daycare facilities they use. Find out what they like and dislike about that facility. No childcare is completely perfect for every-one's needs so expect to hear a dislike or two. Decide if those issues raised are very important to you.



Many workplaces have information on daycare in their human resources department. They may have a list of daycare facilities in your area and further information to help guide you in your choice.

Your doctor/pediatrician

Your child's doctor may well have some suggestions for daycare and you will need to visit them anyway to ensure vaccinations are current and to have a record to provide the daycare administration.

Internet/phone book

Searching the phone book or Internet will give you a list of facilities in your area but probably not much more information to help you in your decision. It can be a place to start but will require a lot of follow up and visits.

Government information on childcare

Your country or state likely regulates childcare and has helpful information including license information and helplines.
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