• Brooke Gordon

How to Help Your Child Through Your Divorce

No one gets married expecting to get divorced, but unfortunately, it happens. If you are going through a divorce, it can be a tough time for everyone involved, but especially for your children. They may feel scared, confused and even guilty about the situation. As a parent, you can help your child through this tough time by being there for them emotionally, providing stability and routines, and keeping communication open. You can also seek out professional help if needed. By working together, you and your child can get through this tough time.

Emotional needs of children during divorce

Children going through a divorce may feel a range of emotions, including sadness, anxiety, anger and confusion. It is important to be there for your child emotionally during this time. Listen to their concerns and answer their questions honestly. Reassure them that they are not responsible for the divorce and that you still love them. Help them express their emotions in a healthy way, such as through art or writing.

The importance of stability and routine for children during divorce