Actions of divorcing parents determine impacts on the kids

We all tend to seek comfort in our illusions, in little white lies we tell ourselves. “I can stop any time I want,” is a lie addicts and alcoholics tell themselves.

Divorcing couples find comfort in telling themselves that their divorce will not affect their children.

July is National Child Centered Divorce Month. If you’re considering divorce, have begun the process, or are already divorced, you should know that divorce will affect your children no matter what — and the way you and your spouse or ex handle it will amplify or minimize the impact your decision has on the future health of your kids.

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Jessica Sterle

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