Sharing Your Financial Concerns With Your Child During Your Divorce
Sharing your feelings with your child during the divorce and/or separation is highly recommended, but you should limit it to those other than financial concerns and emotional feelings towards the other parent.
Separated parents can not live as cheaply apart as together, so it is inevitable that you and your child will be financially affected by the new conditions. As a parent it is your job, especially through this experience, to provide security and stability for your child, so the consistent mentioning of financial troubles will greatly lessen that sense of security and stability. Your goal should be to protect your child from as many worries as possible, especially those that are financial related. Friends, relatives, and/or support groups are the best outlet for discussing any financial problems you may have.
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CO-PARENTING– Children often benefit when the parents successfully co-parent. Kids whose divorced parents have a cooperative relationship feel secure, benefit from consistency, better understand problem solving and have healthy examples to follow.
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