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Children and Divorce
With millions of jobs lost and work hours reduced during the coronavirus pandemic, it is no surprise that parents are flooding family lawyers across the nation asking for help to decrease their child support obligations.
Preparing children for your divorce is no easy task, but taking time to talk to them throughout the entire process can help ease their fears. Use these tips to protect and nurture your kids during this difficult time.
Here are some words of wisdom and experience I failed to listen to after my divorce. “Take a good look at your present lifestyle. Admire it. Praise it. Give it the love. Then, kiss it goodbye.”
Keeping your kids entertained at home can sometimes be hard work. That’s why so many parents take the easy option and let the TV, game console, or the current fad of the moment do the hard work for them.
It might be one of the most difficult conversations you will have, but you must do it right.
Divorce is a painful experience for anyone, but for children, who have no real say in their parents’ decisions, the physical and emotional reactions can be extremely damaging.
The process of separating from someone that you have been with for a long time is not an easy process, made even more complex with children in the picture.
A break up is difficult on its own, but when the thing that you least expect becomes “you’re expecting,” it makes the situation all the more complicated.
If you’re going through the divorce process, here are things you can try to make it easier on yourself and your children.