How to Help Your Children Survive Your Divorce

Though the US divorce rate is lower than generations past, the list of ancillary injuries for children of divorce 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?

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