Right now you probably have lots of questions and worries weighing on your mind.
• Are my kids going to be okay?
• What should I tell them?
• Is this normal or is this because we’re getting a divorce?
• How am I ever going to get through this?
While it’s normal to feel overwhelmed and unprepared for all the changes divorce throws your way, your life and the lives of your kids don’t have to be overshadowed by divorce.
I believe when relationships end, most parents want to do what’s best for their kids. However, when your life has been turned inside out, knowing what to do and how to help your kids isn’t always easy.
When divorce hits it can feel like you’re trapped in an endless cycle, rolling from one crisis to the next.
The idea of looking for help just sends you into a whole new level of overwhelm. If you’re tired of spending your nights staring into a computer screen searching for answers, we can help.
Whether you’re looking for a book for your kids or more information for yourself, we’ve got you covered.
Our 12-page Special Edition Resource Guide is chock full of suggestions to help you find the very best resources available.
PARENTING APART offers you quick and easy access to the information you need to tackle the tough parenting problems.
Instead of plowing through cover to cover, you have the freedom to pick and choose.
> DEALING WITH A DIFFICULT EX?
Go straight to CHAPTER 21 and find how you might be making it worse.
> WONDER IF IT’S NORMAL FOR YOU CHILD FEEL SO SAD?
CHAPTER 26 outlines how to recognize depression and what to do when you feel sad too.
> NOT SURE WHAT TO SAY WHEN YOUR KIDS ASK WHY?
CHAPTER 14 walks you through how to answer honestly without giving kids more information than they can handle.
For any parent who wants to move past the awkward silence and start having meaningful conversations with your kids, please consider getting a copy of this one of a kind film by Ellen Bruno. It features 12 AMAZING kids who with great honesty and courage reveal the difficult truth about how it really feels when parents part. Because it is often easier for kids to talk about a film than what’s happening in their own family, this film gives parents and kids unique way to connect and start talking.
Along with letting kids know they are not alone, SPLIT also pulls back the curtain allowing parents to hear from kids like their own but not their own. Filled with straight from the heart wisdom this deeply touching documentary offers hope, healing and even a few laugh out loud moments.
Growing up my parents always told me I would go to college someday and become a lawyer. The reason… so I could handle their divorce. At the time, it seemed like a big joke to me. Turned out, they weren’t joking.
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