Your children need to come first if you get a divorce. They are not pawns. They should never be used during any emotional power struggles between you and your ex.
You worry that you will not have the same connection with your children after you and your spouse get divorced. You're more concerned about that than losing assets or even the end of your marriage itself.
Couples with significant marital problems often seek out distractions to try to keep from discussing them. This is especially true when one of their problems is that they do not communicate very well in the first place.
It is normal for a divorce to be complex and stressful, but it is even worse when a protection order gets thrown into the mix. If you are facing false allegations of domestic abuse from your spouse, you may not be able to contact your children or stay in the family home. Approximately 70 percent of domestic abuse accusations during divorce are false.
Supervised visitation means that while you still do get to see your child, you do not get to do so alone. A third party must be with you through the entire visit. Sometimes, this is your ex, but it could also be a social worker.
Driving while you're overly fatigued is a recipe for disaster. Many people think of truckers first when considering drowsy driving; after all, they're on the road constantly for work, putting in long hours. However, the reality is that anyone who drives while tired is a potential risk, whether it's the office worker commuting to the suburbs, the college student driving home after class or the exhausted worker who dragged himself or herself out of bed to head in for the day.