With Easter around the corner, it's an exciting time of year for children and adults alike-preparing for family gatherings and shopping for items to fill Easter baskets top lists in many households. For parents who are divorced, separated, or no longer living with their child's other parent, and observe different religions, though, religious holidays can cause disagreements to arise.
Prepare for disagreements
Disagreements regarding religious upbringing, as well as how children celebrate each elapsing holiday, are not uncommon. As religious holidays approach, many separated or divorced parents feel stress, rather than excitement, knowing a fight with their child's other parent is inevitable. However, there is a way to avoid, or reduce, fighting.