Parenting can be incredibly satisfying, meaningful, and joy-filled; it can also be unbelievably frustrating, aggravating, fatiguing, and draining. Sometimes it’s all those things all at once. Being a parent is unlike any other role you’ll ever have in life.
Getting help from an experienced therapist regarding your parenting questions, problems, and concerns can provide enormous relief. That goes for all situations–divorced parents, single parents, as well as parents struggling in “uncomplicated” situations. It’s all complicated. Strong support is essential. Call or write with questions or to arrange a first appointment.
Books that may be of interest:
The Whole-Brain Child, by Daniel Siegel and Tina Payne Bryson
Parenting from the Inside Out, by Daniel Siegel and Mary Hartzell
Also look at the Recommended Reading section of this site for titles about depression, anxiety, and other frequent companions of parenting stress.