|Statement||John S. Bradway, editor.|
|Series||Law and contemporary problems -- v.10, no. 5., Law and contemporary problems -- v. 10, no. 5.|
|Contributions||Bradway, John S., Duke University. School of Law.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||-866 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||866|
Oct 27, · “This is an excellent workbook for children whose parents are separated or divorced. As I read Getting Through My Parents’ Divorce I wondered how this book will come into the hands of youngsters who will benefit from it. Perhaps therapists or school counselors will give this book to children from divorced families/5(20). You may need to remind your children that while sometimes parents and kids don’t always get along, parents and kids don’t stop loving each other or get divorced from each other. Say “I love you.” However simple it may sound, letting your children know that your love for them hasn’t changed is . RELATED: A Divorced Parent's Guide to Raising Happy Kids; Effects of Divorce on Babies Birth to 18 Months. During infancy, babies are able to feel tension in the home (and between their parents Author: Laura Broadwell. Children of Divorced Parents The break-up of a family can be one of the most traumatic events that can happen to a child, and can have a lasting effect on a young person's life. A child's emotional and physical wellbeing can be adversely affected by divorce, which can impact into many areas of life.
Parents Coping with Stress Divorced or separated parents may experience less social support, difficult emotions, fewer financial resources and the need to work longer hours. These changed life circumstances can reduce time spent with children, which may increase the children’s sense of loss when they most need parental reassurance. Children and Divorce. One out of every two marriages today ends in divorce and many divorcing families include children. Parents who are getting a divorce are frequently worried about the effect the divorce will have on their children. During this difficult period, parents may be. Jun 30, · This picture book, from the author of the acclaimed Divorce Book for Parents, lays out the evidence plainly and lovingly. It also serves as an excellent guide for parents, with related tips and advice on each page for how to help kids through the transition. Be sure to Author: Holly Ashworth. Children With Divorced Parents Are More Likely to Take Risks Adolescents with divorced parents are more likely to engage in risky behavior, such as substance use and early sexual activity. In the United States, adolescents with divorced parents drink alcohol earlier and report higher alcohol, marijuana, tobacco, and drug use than their peers.
Divorce can be wrenching when kids are involved, but there's a lot you can do to help children cope. If you're a parent dealing with divorce, try to remember that your child needs you now more Author: Constance Matthiessen. It is full of information for children and teens whose parents have separated or divorced. One of the best resources is a printable board game called the CHaT First Board game. How It Works. The CHaT First Board Game is a question and answer board game that encourages kids and teens to answer questions from one of four decks of cards. Yes, this divorced co-parenting book will help! What divorced co-parents have said about this book: “Divorce is difficult and complicated. This book opened my eyes to some things I’ve been doing that hasn’t been helpful to me or my child. Dec 19, · In response to my blog about single parenting adolescents, I received this email request: "I was wondering if you could address the effects of divorce on very small children.". What I can do is.