Top Ten Ways to Protect Your Kids from the Fallout of a High Conflict Break-up (By Joan B. Kelly, Ph.D.) 1. Talk to your children about your separation Studies show that only 5 percent of parents actually sit down, explain to their children when a marriage is breaking up, and encourage the kids to ask … Continue reading Top Ten Ways to Protect Your Kids from the Fallout of a High Conflict Break-up
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Throughout our lives, we will all face adversity and confrontation, often simply because others disagree with our wishes, desires or opinions. These challenges can be as simple as what to watch on television or as complex as custody plans after a family undergoes a separation. No matter the issue, it is often helpful to a … Continue reading Turning NO into YES
Separation and divorce is a very scary and confusing time for children and they often do not have the communication tools that they require to let parents know what they are feeling or experiencing. The role of a parent is to educate and nurture their children to the best of their ability. However, the age … Continue reading Protecting Your Children Through Separation and After