How To Tell Your Children About Divorce

How To Tell Your Children About Divorce

A divorce is never fun. No matter who made the decision, there are many feelings to consider for both of you.

The most important thing right now is that, together, you focus on what’s best for your children. Remember, there is a difference between acting as parents who want the best for the children, and being (x) partner, where emotions: sadness, failure, disappointment, and anger; take over. When it comes to the children, you are parents together and have the same interest in your children being able to move forward well. Save the other feelings for when you talk together as ex-partners / ex-husband / ex-wife.
When your children are told that you shall divorce, usually the children will be frightened by the major changes they are to face. What is going to happen? Where will they live? Will they still see you both? Many questions will come up, and it’s important that you are prepared, together, and have a plan for what you say and how you say it, so that the children will still see you as the stable foundation they will need in the coming difficult times.
In this e-book, you will get a clear guide, and a checklist, on how you can best handle telling the children about the divorce. You also get some good advice, directly from the most important ones involved, namely, the children. 

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