A Conversation with Two Adult Children of Divorce

Two young men courageously share their experiences with their parents’ divorce: what it meant to them at the time, and the impact it had on their lives.

By Divorce Magazine
Updated: December 08, 2017
Adult Children of Divorce

An open and honest conversation with two adult children of divorce – Elliott Meyer and Dylan Couvrette. Both of them share the experience of having their parents divorced when they were young, but their experiences were quite different. Dylan is the son of this podcast's facilitator, Dan Couvrette; today, father and son will be asking and answering some questions for the first time. Elliott and Dylan courageously share their experiences with their parents’ divorces: what it meant to them when it happened, their relationships with their parents through the years, how their parents' divorces  impacted their lives, and how they have been dealing with it.

Facilitator: Dan Couvrette, CEO and Publisher of Divorce Magazine and DivorcedMoms.com

Guest Speakers: Elliott Meyer and Dylan Couvrette, two adult children of divorce


Elliott Meyer is an Assessment Data Specialist who resides in Nashville, TN. He and his wife, Emily, enjoy traveling, concerts, family, and have just settled into their first new home. Elliott is 31 years old and his parents divorced when he was 14 years old. He was raised by his mother and has been estranged from his father for the past 12 years.

Dylan Couvrette is a property manager in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. His parents separated when he was 4. Dylan is now 25. His parents have an amicable divorce and he has remained close to both his parents and his older brother whom he has recently purchased a home together. He enjoys outdoor activities and regularly goes on snowboarding trips with his brother and his father. He is the son of Dan Couvrette, this session’s Facilitator.

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By Divorce Magazine| December 07, 2017

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