You are convinced that your child’s other parent, or a grandparent is bad, and the kids should know about it. Do they really need to hear what you have to say?
When facing the impulse to present a parent or grandparent in a negative light, do some serious soul-searching. Five questions help cut through self-deception, expose irrational motives that could be fueling your behavior, and focus attention on your children’s genuine welfare. If you review the questions before exposing your children to criticisms of their loved ones, you can avoid destructive communications. Read the rest of this article, and leave comments, on the Huffington Post.