Is Your Child Sabotaging Your Divorce Negotiations?

The mental health of children is one of the primary concerns of parents going through a divorce. Communicating with your children and helping them cope with a stressful process is important, but it is possible that your children may begin interfering with your divorce. Movies like The Parent Trap make children reuniting divorced parents seem fun when in reality, children working against your divorce often creates more heartache than it solves. During your divorce, recognizing the signs of interference from your children can help you determine whether or not your children are sabotaging your divorce negotiations. Continue reading

Why You Should Discuss Your Divorce with Your Child

Deciding to get a divorce is a choice that many adults struggle with for months or years. No matter how difficult the relationship has become, it is not unusual for a couple to attempt to work through their issues, especially if children are involved. Once the situation reaches a point at which divorce is inevitable, it is important for both parents to talk to their children. Unfortunately, parents often avoid directly talking to their children about getting a divorce.  Some parents are uncomfortable about discussing their relationship with their children while others assume that their children already know about the divorce. Understanding how much simply talking to your children prior to the divorce can help them may encourage you to do so, even when you might not want to. Continue reading

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