Parenting, School Age, SIngle Parent Life

15 Questions Kids Ask During Separation or Divorce and How to Answer Them.

We all know that divorce has a huge impact on kids and as parents we want to do our best to help them however we can. But when we are in the middle of all the craziness of separation it can be hard to know how to answer all their questions. Get a free ebook that helps you answer well without having to think on your feet.
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Going through divorce or separation is an emotional rollercoaster. You’re grieving, processing so many things, trying to sort out childcare, your home, your finances. Half the time it’s hard to think straight at all. And then your kids go and ask those hard questions.

We all know that divorce has a huge impact on kids and as parents we want to do our best to help them however we can. But when we are in the middle of all the craziness of separation it can be hard to know how to answer all their questions. How honest should you be when they ask why you broke up? Why you fought? Or whether you’re getting back together again? And if you start dating, how do you talk to them about that?

I’ve put together a free ebook for you that covers 15 of the most common questions kids ask and research-based (and experienced based) ways to answer them.

We all know that divorce has a huge impact on kids and as parents we want to do our best to help them however we can. But when we are in the middle of all the craziness of separation it can be hard to know how to answer all their questions. Get a free ebook that helps you answer well without having to think on your feet.

Follow the link Kids Ask Hard Questions ebook and enter your email to get a copy sent to your inbox.

It covers questions that kids ask out loud, as well as the ones they keep to themselves, including:

  • Is it my fault?
  • Are you mad?
  • Why are you crying?
  • Do I have to go to their house?
  • Why did you fight?
  • Will you get another husband/wife?
  • Why did you break up?
  • and more…

Having gone through separation recently myself, and as a child of divorce, I am passionate about helping you and your kids through this difficult time. We don’t have to do it all by ourselves.

Until next time

Kelly

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