Talking to Children About Divorce: Conversation Cards are available to buy and they a helpful resource for parents going through family break down as well as a useful resource for teachers, counsellors and therapists working with children and families during this highly stressful time of change.
For children, divorce can be a stressful, sad and confusing time. At any age, children may feel uncertain or angry at the prospect of Mum and Dad splitting up.
Talking To Children About Divorce cards can be used at home and at school to start conversations about the changes that children and families face when going through a divorce. 48 conversations cards to help children and families
- explore & express their feelings
- develop the skills to better manage the many changes they may face
- keep the lines of communication open
These cards can help give parents clarity, direction and confidence around the emotional and practical aspects of managing their divorce Written by Sue Atkins, an internationally recognised Parenting Expert, Broadcaster, Speaker and Mum. Sue is the author of many parenting books including Amazon best seller, Parenting Made Easy – How To Raise Happy Children and Raising Happy Children for Dummies. Sue regularly appears on TV and is a regular contributor on radio, her parenting articles are published all over the world. about how having great conversations can help children and families manage the impact of divorce positively.
Be the first to get your hands on this great resource by ordering your pack today and please tell other families, schools and people experiencing the pain of family break down about them.
Here’s what parents have kindly said about my new Divorce Conversational Cards:
“Thank you for passing on the “Questions I would like to ask about Divorce” cards, which I found very useful for both myself & my 6yr old son. They really helped him to open up & ask me certain questions without feeling anxious or apprehensive. We were able to talk through his worries on numerous occasions using the cards as prompts.
I would recommend anyone in a similar situation to use them as a helpful tool. ” Clare, Mum from Worthing
“My mum got divorced when I was six, and even though I was able to talk to my mum, the questions that Sue has put forward in her cards would have been very helpful to my six year old self. I think that the questions addressed every worry that I had through a great period of change. I think children will find these questions very helpful as it will give them the prompts they need to ask difficult questions.” Love Ellie
I have also written & created:
NEW NEW NEW !
The Divorce Journal for Kids
Separation and divorce are traumatic events for families.
This journal is designed to help children express, explore and understand some of the strong emotions that they may be feeling and to help them process the divorce for themselves.
Keeping a journal is a very simple, but powerful way to support children.
As caring adults, we can help by simply acknowledging & listening to how a child may be feeling, without trying to “fix it”.
This Journal is designed to support open and honest communication and to help children feel heard, understood and supported during a time of great upheaval.
Here’s just some of the wonderful recommendations for my new The Divorce Journal for Kids
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