Talking To Children About Divorce

I’m delighted to have created, what I feel to be an incredibly important set of conversational cards, around supporting children and families going through a divorce.

 

Divorce is an extremely challenging, stressful and overwhelming time in family life and I have created, what I feel to be an incredibly important set of conversational cards, around supporting children and families going through a divorce.

I also run a half day workshop to help you feel less overwhelmed – where I cover

  1. Telling The Children
  2. Choosing a lawyer & what to ask them.
  3. Managing your finances
  4. Co-parenting positively for the sake of your children
  5. Looking aft your own mental health & wellbeing.

So far I have written

20 Questions Children Always Ask About Divorce

 

Talking To Children About Divorce – Positive Conversations To Help

 

Talking about Divorce – Legal Conversations To Think About

 

Talking Divorce – Positive Co – Parenting

 

About Divorce Legal

Here’s my press release:

“Sue Atkins, an internationally recognised Parenting Expert, Broadcaster, Speaker & Author, has written and created a series of Conversation Cards that can be used by parents, childminders, teachers and counsellors to keep the lines of communication open and help children to explore and express their feelings openly when their parents are going through a divorce.

Sue brings her unique insights into helping children and families cope with Divorce with her years of experience.

Sue says “For children, divorce can be a stressful, sad and confusing time. At any age, children may feel uncertain or angry at the prospect of Mum and Dad splitting up but by using my new series of Conversational Cards and keeping the lines of communication open, children will be able to explore and express their feelings openly, which will help them adjust, become more resilient & feel much happier.”

There are 5 new packs planned, Talking to Children About Divorce, features 48 questions to help start conversations about the changes that families face when going through a divorce, and Questions I Would Like To Ask About Divorce, contains 20 commonly asked questions that will help children to address their most compelling worries and concerns.

 

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