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Questions Children Ask About Divorce.

£12.99 £9.99

Help your children get the answers to their most compelling concerns

  • simple and easy to use
  • keep the lines of communication open
  • help children navigate divorce more positively

Divorce brings many changes to children’s lives. Not knowing or understanding how these changes will impact their lives causes many children concern and fear for the future.

Questions I Would Like To Ask About Divorce empowers children to ask key questions that will enable them to address their most compelling concerns.

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Divorce Conversational Cards For Families

Questions Children Ask About Divorce

 

Questions I Would Like To Ask About Divorce is a simple but powerful resource to help your children get the answers to their most compelling concerns.

They are

  • simple and easy to use
  • they keep the lines of communication open
  • they help children navigate divorce more positively
  • they help children express their fears, worries and help them feel heard

Divorce brings many changes to children’s lives. Not knowing or understanding how these changes will impact their lives causes many children concern and fear for the future.

‘Questions I Would Like To Ask About Divorce’ empowers children to ask key questions that will enable them to address their most compelling concerns.

Written by Sue Atkins, an internationally recognised Parenting Author, Broadcaster, Speaker and Mum. Sue is also the author of many parenting books and resources, including Talking To Children About Divorce.

Order your pack today and help your child feel heard, understood and supported through this stressful and challenging time.

Tell your friends, family and schools about this helpful resource.

Reviews

  1. “Questions I would like to ask about Divorce cards, which I found very useful for both myself & my 6yr old son. They really helped him to open up & ask me certain questions without feeling anxious or apprehensive. We were able to talk through his worries on numerous occasions using the cards as prompts.
    I would recommend to anyone in a similar situation to use them as a helpful tool. “

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