No parent going through a divorce needs the added stress, anxiety and worry of how their actions are negatively affecting their children.
By understanding how to minimize the negative aspects of divorce for children, knowing the typical responses of children to divorce, and working with the other parent to maintain the loving, nurturing environment that a child needs through the divorce, parents can help children to adjust to their new lifestyle.
Many parents struggle to help their children cope with the emotional pain of divorce and learning to live with Mom and Dad in two separate homes.
Very few children, or parents for that matter, find that the time they get to spend together is enough. Mom and Dad working together to accommodate each other schedules and the schedules and needs of the kids will help in addressing some of the inequity that is inherent in co-parenting through a divorce and after.
Here is a sneak preview of what you will learn inside...
★ Relevance of Divorce to Children
★ Models of Parenting During Divorce
★ Responses to Divorce by Children
★ Age Groups and Issues
★ Communication Basics for Parents
★ Talking to Kids about Divorce
★ Common Pitfalls and Traps
★ Parenting Plans
★ Topics of Concern
★ Family Meetings
No matter how much you may try to work against it, divorce is a fact of life and it can and does happen to couples for various reasons every single day. When there are children involved, the processes that the couple must go through need to bear them in mind before anything else.
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