When going through separation and divorce, couples are so focused on the breakup, that they may push aside the importance of breaking the news to their kids.
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Whenever you ask your child versus using fear as a way to control your child’s response, it encourages her to come up with problem solving.
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Children learn what they live. This has been known for centuries. This works with the discovery of “mirror neurons.”
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When telling your children that you and your spouse are separating and/or divorcing, in most families, the children already know.
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“I” versus “we” pronouns can be very important, when coParents are speaking to their child.
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How do we as coParents raise our child to be stronger following our separation or divorce?
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Instead of laboring over kids having a broken family, I encourage parents to frame divorce as a change in the family, not the end of it.
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When divorced, sometimes your kids tell you what they think you want to hear, making coParenting tricky. Learn to manage communication with Dr. Jann Blackstone
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