Family Tips For Children
During A Divorce or Separation
A Divorce Or Separation Can Be One Of The Most Stressful Things In Life, Especially For The Children.
Attempt To Minimize The Anger, Jealousy, And Pettiness In Front Of Your Children.
It May Be Very Difficult To Talk With Your Children About A Divorce Or Separation. The Best Way To Approach This Situation Is By Being Honest In A Kid-friendly Way.
It Is Very Important To Always Be Honest With Your Children, But Be Sure To Not Be Critical Of Your Spouse.
It Is Not Uncommon For Children To Feel Like They Had Something To Do With The Divorce Or Situation By Recalling All The Times That They Argued With Their Parents, Received Poor Grades In School, Or Got In Trouble. You Can Help Your Kids Let Go Of This Misconception.
Children Have An Awesome Ability To Heal When They Are Given The Proper Support That They Need To Get Through Their Stressful Situations.
Your Divorce Or Separation May Cause Some Serious Problems For Your Children. Here Are A Few Symptoms Of Anxiety And Depression In Children That Have Been Affected By A Divorce/separation:
- Trouble at school
- Drug or alcohol abuse
- Poor concentration
- Violent outbursts
- Withdrawal from loved ones
- Refusal to participate in activities they used to enjoy
Divorce/separation can be one of the worst things that can happen in your family. The stress that comes with such an event can be almost unbearable. When a child is included in the process, it is very important to know how to keep a strong mental state so that you can figure out the best way to get through the situation.
Here at the Law Offices of Murray, Phillips & Gay, we understand how important your loved ones and children are to you, and we keep that in mind while we help you with your Delaware Family Law needs. We understand the importance and seriousness of the events that you are going through, and we want to help you get through these events as smoothly and easily as possible.