Sunday, March 4, 2007

Helping Children Cope With The Realities Of Divorce

The divorce rate in America is still quite high and there is no question that divorce has a profound affect on children. Many children whose parents are going through a divorce feel a variety of different emotions from anger to insecurity. While a child is going to feel all of these emotions regardless of how friendly the divorce is, its still important to speak frankly with your children about the divorce and remember that even though you have made the decision to terminate the marital relationship with your soon to be ex, you are bound to that person to life as parents. The most important thing for your children to understand is that they are not the cause of the divorce, and that both parents love them and want what is best for them. There are plenty of resources out there that can be purchased to help children cope with the changes associated with divorce, there are also resources on the Internet to help you figure out the best way to put your children first in the event of a divorce. For more information and/or resources on helping children cope with divorce visit:

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