Sometimes it’s easy to forget that in the middle of the media frenzy, Charlie Sheen and wife Brooke Mueller have two young boys to worry about. E! Online reports that the soon-to be divorced couple have finally reached a custody agreement for their 2-year-old twin sons, Bob and Max. According to a source, Sheen gets the twins every other weekend and after four months, if he passes a drug test, he gets to see them up to four days a week.  In addition, both parents must have nannies present at all times.

Should you fight for custody of your children?

Cupid’s Advice:

A divorce is hard enough, but when there are children involved, things get a lot tougher. Cupid has some tips on what to do during a custody battle:

1. Fight for your children: If you love your kids and want to be in their lives, you should fight to have custody. Showing you are a responsible parent will help your case.

2. Wait awhile: When you go through a rough patch like Charlie Sheen, sometimes it’s best to let your spouse take custody of the children. Once you’re back on your feet, you can fight for more time with your kids.

3. Comfort them: Reassure your child that no matter what happens, you will always be in their lives. Even if you don’t see each other every day, let them know that you’ll always be there for them.