“But you have to trust yourself to ask questions about things that make you feel uncomfortable.” “In the first blush of romance, people overlook a lot of stuff because they’re so excited,” says clinical psychologist Marie Hartwell-Walker, Ed D.
But after a month or so, that’s when it’s time to look closer.
This page is for kids whose parents are separated, divorced, or getting a divorce.
Here you will find information to help you understand and deal with many of the impacts that your parents’ divorce has had on you.
For more on that, check out “How Can I Keep My Parents From Dating After Divorce?
” Assuming you couldn’t stop them from dating, and most kids can not, you may be wondering what you can do to help make the situation easier or better.
You can find most of our great content by going to our temporary home page and scrolling through the articles (sorry about the mess of duplicate images, we’re working on that too).
Wayne lives with his wife, three youngest kids, three dogs and an insane collection of his kids' other pets outside of Columbus, Ohio.Anger, sadness, worry, relief, confusion, guilt, embarrassment, loneliness and nervousness — these are all common emotions that children experience when their parents divorce.Many children have difficulty expressing such feelings in words, but drawing pictures can be an easier way for them to express how they truly feel. There are tons of changes that happen in your life, and you may never really get used to the idea though you will likely adapt to your new life eventually.One thing that makes the process even harder though is when you parents start to date other people.
We’ve had to make some major changes to get the backbone of the site up and available.