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Help Children Cope With Divorce


One of the most challenging post divorce situation you are likely to experience is dealing with your child. Children find great difficulty in adjusting to the changed environment where he or she is supposed to be brought up under the care of a single parent. Being the witness to the entire process of separation of one’s parents is extremely traumatic which might directly affect the emotional health of the child. In fact one of the primary concerns of divorce seeking parents is how to help children cope with divorce.

While taking the decision of divorce you should be frank enough to put forward about all the consequences that have influenced the divorce. Try to maintain an interactive session with your child and assure that you and your spouse will continue to love him or her to the same degree as it was before the break up. Make sure that your child comprehends the divorce to be the inevitable solution to the continued feud between the parents. The following are some tips to deal with your child after you have got separated from your spouse.
  • Try to provide your child a rough idea about the emotional setbacks that he or she can face after the divorce. Since he or she will be denied of the privilege of staying with both of his or her parents, a sense of insecurity might crop up in him. If your child is well aware of such upsetting feelings before hand, he or she might mentally prepare oneself strong enough to adjust with the unfortunate event as best as possible.
  • Allow your child to be open enough to express his or her feelings regarding the entire divorce incident. If your child narrates his or her feelings like sadness, fear or anger, you will get the opportunity to reassure and comfort him.
  • Try to give your children the liberty to make their own choices. Allow your child to decide on what he or she would eat, what he or she would wear and such others that would not affect the well being of the child. This will help in developing a sense of power over their lives.
  • Try to increase your socializing activities. This would make your child feel that both of you live in a congenial atmosphere of support and trust.
It is always recommended to develop an amicable relationship with your estranged spouse. This would make the child feel of togetherness and the bliss of living in a complete family.


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