Though the US divorce rate is lower than generations past, the list of ancillary injuries for children is long and painful – from eating and weight issues to problems at school to serious personality disorders. The collateral damage can continue into future relationships and parenting choices. That’s a heavy burden. But it doesn’t have to be. As has been said many, many times before: a good divorce is much better for everyone involved (even the lawyers) than a terrible marriage. How do you get there?
http://sasforwomen.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/child-survive-fi.png 431 769 SAS for Women http://sasforwomen.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/logo.png SAS for Women2016-04-08 11:27:292016-10-14 17:40:40How to Help Your Children Survive Your Divorce