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Divorce Resources for Kids

During a parent's divorce, kids often take the separation the hardest. One day mom and dad live under the same roof and the next, one has moved out. They generally have a difficult time understanding the basis for the divorce and will wonder if somehow they caused their parents to split up. Kidshealth.org offers a kid-friendly site suitable for your children to explore, explaining what divorce is, what makes parents divorce and offers reassurance that the divorce is not their fault. The site also provides a good amount of general information on what kids can expect to happen during the divorce process and how to manage life living in two different houses. Your children are undoubtedly going through a tumultuous time, perhaps this resource can begin to help them understand what's happened.

Posted: 3/3/08