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The real suffering from a divorce stems from parents not being able to continue nurturing their children’s sense of connection, belonging, and significance. The loss of the family unit, and the child’s place in it, is what causes the real distress.
Article written by Janell Bitton, Certified Positive Discipline Parent Educator and Parent/Life Coach
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Divided, Survived and Thriving with Laila Aitken | How Journaling Can Help Children of Divorce
Fiona chats with Rosalind Sedacca, Divorce Coach, and Founder of the Child Centered Divorce website. We discuss the Home Sweet Homes Journal for co-parented kids and how it can support children's emotional wellbeing and mental health.
Fiona shares tips on how to co-parent in a way that helps kids manage living in two homes, and she explains what prompted her to write her to create the Home Sweet Homes Co-parenting Journal and how her book helps children and parents manage this situation.
Having kids switch back and forth between parents and homes is challenging, no question. And if they're young, you may feel like you're constantly missing out on many important moments. It was this exact challenge that inspired Fiona Kong to create the Home Sweet Homes journal, which is specifically designed for children and co-parents. Hear how this ingenious journal can help make co-parenting much easier!