Five Eye-Opening Truths About Divorcing With Kids

There’s a lot you know about how to divorce with kids. Yet there are some realities that still may surprise you. Are you aware of these five eye-opening truths?

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6 Responses

  1. Patrick says:

    The impact for adult children is also complex and just as damaging. I have two, a daughter and son, and being like night and day, they each responded differently but both were manipulated by their mom (neither was strong enough to say no) and each time I had to say no to their request(s). Bottom line is that one parent, or both, should make their children their ally nor use them as weapons in their real or made up battle with their former spouse.

  2. Patrick says:

    correction “should NOT make their children their ally”

  3. ifonlymommy says:

    I do know these but I’m surprised at how many people don’t. Kids come first.

  4. Caterina Arends says:

    So, how did I do? I hope, well.

    On Thu, Apr 6, 2017 at 10:05 AM Lessons From the End of a Marriage wrote:

    > stilllearning2b posted: “There’s a lot you know about how to divorce with > kids. Yet there are some realities that still may surprise you. Are you > aware of these five eye-opening truths?” >

  5. Mary Lou says:

    Wow, Lisa! I’m looking back. My sons are all grown. You just confirmed that I did GOOD!! 🙂 This is such a important post for parents.
    http://www.meinthemiddlewrites.com

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