A New Book to Help Children through Divorce

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According to the Times Union, there is a new book that was released just in time for the holidays called. “Divorce: What about ME?” While this may not be on very many wish lists, it is something that can definitely assist a young mind with the questions that they may have.

Through the divorce process, the emotions can run high between both parents and even among other members of the family. Where the children are used to seeing a certain harmony and accord, there may not be very much harmony left. Children of all ages tend to internalize the problem going on with the parents and they may even feel as if the divorce is their fault.

There is no easy way to explain to a young child child why mommy and daddy are not going to be together anymore. This is where this book comes in. Children love rhyming tales and this book meets that standard. The author recommends this for children between the ages of three and nine. The book reminds the reader that both mom and dad will always love them even though they are no longer going to be together.

The author draws inspiration from her own experiences as the product of a divorced household. She remembers how she was feeling as her parents were divorced and wants to give both the children and their parents hope for a brighter future.

It is easy to overlook the feelings of little ones while going through a divorce. This is why it is important to have a qualified Illinois divorce attorney there to assist you to get through this while you tend to the little ones. Your attorney will also ensure that you get a fair settlement when it comes to alimony and child support.

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