How To Help Kids Survive Divorce.

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Posted by: Kevin Mulryne

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Show notes:

In this episode we discuss:

How To Help Kids Survive Divorce.

Supporting Your Children Through Divorce

Ages & Stages of What Children Commonly Worry About

Plus ….

I am in conversation with Gina Bale of The Littlemagictrain

You can hear the full interview with Gina here


Connect with Gina


Facebook: @Littlemagictrain

Twitter: @LittleMagicTrn

Gina has provided a special discount code for Sue – please see below: 

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Don’t Stew – Ask Sue Parenting Q & A

Q. Hi Sue, I’ve noticed that my daughter Saskia’s worries seem to have changed. She used to worry about the dark, noises at night & monsters and ghosts. Now she seems worried about scary news & friendships. Is she normal and how can I reassure and guide her? Tom Beckmead from Suffolk.
Q. Dear Sue, I’m feeling overwhelmed and really stressed as I’m going through a divorce. Can you help? Sara Dunmill from Cheshire.

Please see my Article:

Feeling Overwhelmed? Here’s 8 Simple Steps To Decision Making During Divorce.

I also have this Video Clip that may help you:

Discipline during Divorce  – Keep it Consistent

Also, in my Online Shop, I have a range of Conversation Cards including: 

Talking To Children About Divorce

Questions Children Ask About Divorce

Co-Parenting Positively After Divorce

Members of My Online Parenting Club can also access my special eCourse: 

Divorce – Step by Step

And you can also view my Webinar

Suddenly Single – Surviving to Thriving

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