By Jasmine Igwegbe

The best thing any parent can do for their child is to bring them up in a loving environment. In celebrity news, former celebrity couple Hilary Duff and Mike Comrie secured their celebrity divorce last week, but takes a trip to Hawaii together one week later for the love of their son, Luca. According to UsMagazine.com, “The parents will have joint custody of Luca and neither will receive spousal support.” These two are not letting their celebrity divorce come in the way of their family.

This former celebrity couple isn’t letting their lack of marriage get in the way of family time. What are some ways to focus on family in the face of divorce?

Cupid’s Advice:

A twisted marriage does not need to result to a twisted family. It is important to ensure that your family remains stable even after a divorce. Cupid is here to share some ways with you:

1. Go on outings: Take your family on an outing to the movies, the beach, water parks or even a trip to Hawaii would be exciting. Participate in activities to get the whole family involved. These create family memories that can be cherished years later.

Related Link: Celebrity Divorce: Hilary Duff & Mike Comrie Finalize Divorce 2 Years After Split

2. Communicate on a regular bases: Facing a divorce can keep your family from seeing each other as frequently as before. Keeping in contact with your family during a divorce is crucial. Send emails, webcam each other, schedule phone calls weekly, or share a journal. Stay active in their life even from a distance.

Related Link: Hilary Duff’s Celebrity Ex Mike Comrie Fights for Joint Custody of Son Luca

3. Co-parent: Even though you are divorced still be there for your partner to be able to support your family as a strong team. Put any conflicts you have between each other in the past and do what is best for your family. Your family interest becomes your priority after a divorce.

What are some other ways to focus on your family while going through a divorce? Share your ideas with us below.