Communicating With Your Child Throughout the Divorce
It is important to have good communication with your child. Remember to be as open as possible, which will reinforce and even enhance your trust for one another. Many parents find that they communicate better during divorce and/or separation because it is the first time in a while that they were forced to have meaningful conversations. This is not necessarily the reason in every case, but divorce and/or separation can create a stronger parent-child bond. Communicating effectively with your child actually gives him or her the sense of greater responsibility and respect. In conversation, be sure to listen and allow your child to express his or her own opinions.
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WHERE TO START – Both parents need to assure the children that the divorce is not their fault and that both parent love them.
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"A Plain English Guide to Protecting Your Children"
Author: Mary L. Boland, Attorney at Law
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