What can I do to help my kids through divorce?
FIRST: Download, print and use the TODAY PAGE!
This FREE page is from the MY JOURNEY MY JOURNAL: a journal for kids in divorce. This page will open up lines of communication between you and your kid in divorce (k.i.d.). It allows them to share and express their feelings, fears and questions in a subtle, easy and fun way. If your k.i.d. is having a hard day, sit down with them and each of you fill out a Today Page and then share what you each put down. You will most likely be amazed at what is shared!
"I got two of the My Journey My Journals and they have opened up a new line of communication for me and my boys." Tara B.
You have permission to use this free page as much as you need for your own personal use. Do not sell, trade or give it away to anyone else. If you know someone who could use it, please refer them to familyindivorce.com. Thank you!
SECOND: Purchase the My Journey My Journal for each kid in divorce you have!
WHY? Family psychologists and counselors tell us that the number one thing kids need while going through divorce is a way for them to be able to express themselves. Part of that expression is a parent or trusted adult to be there for them to talk to and offer support. The other part of that expression is an avenue for the k.i.d. to write and/or draw their feelings, fears and questions.
What is the My Journey My Journal?
The My Journey My Journal is a simple yet powerful and fun tool for kids who are going through divorce or have gone through divorce. Go HERE to find out more and order a copy today!
"I have used and seen many divorce books for kids and yours really stuck out to me because it allows kids to express feelings and takes a closer look at what they are going through in a fun and interactive way."
S. Paxton, Elementary School Counselor
Are you concerned with what effect divorce may have on your child?
You are not alone!! We hear and read questions like this on a daily basis. You want the best for your kid in divorce (k.i.d), that is why you are reading this right now. Divorce can be a challenging and stressful time but you are not alone. And although the family dynamic may be changed by divorce, you still have a family and we are happy to be part of your extended family during and after the divorce journey.
My name is Everett Libby and with the help of a small dedicated team, we created this site with the sole purpose of helping parents help their kids through divorce. We realize that you may not even be the parent of the k.i.d. you know. Maybe you are the grandparent, teacher or a family friend. Whatever the case may be, I want to say 'Thank You' for caring enough to put forth the effort of seeking help during this challenging time.
We are always looking for groups and organizations which support families in divorce.
Parents Without Partners is the largest international, nonprofit membership organization devoted to the welfare and interest of single parents and their children.
We encourage you to click on their link below and find a chapter near you!
8 Ways You Can Help Your Kid In Divorce Starting Today!!
When you order the My Journey My Journal you will also receive our #1 requested report on how you can start helping your kid through divorce starting today.
The overwhelming positive response regarding this report has convinced us to include it with the journal so parents are even more equipt in helping their kids through this difficult time.
What people are saying:
"Getting a copy of My Journey My Journal for my daughter has turned out to be a blessing in so many ways. Thank you so much for putting together such a simple yet powerful tool for kids going through divorce. Thank you!!
Lori M, Parent & Divorcee
"My dad gave me my journal and it has helped me understand what divorce is and it has helped me through some hard stuff."
Bethany, age 8
"My parents divorced last year and my mom's best friend gave me the My Journey My Journal. I really like it because it is all about me and what I am feeling."
Kevin, age 10
"The first cool thing I saw about the I'm a k.i.d. class was that there were a lot of other kids going through divorce too. I wasn't alone."
Tracy, age 10
Divorce stats for kids
When compared to children from homes disrupted by death, children from divorced homes have statistically more psychological problems.
(Robert E. Emery, Marriage, Divorce and Children’s Adjustment, Sage Publications, 1988).
Following divorce, children are fifty percent more likely to develop health problems than two parent families. (Angel, Worobey, Single Motherhood and Children’s Health)
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