How to cope with divorce and separation for children

Most divorce cases can have a negative impact on children, both physically and psychologically. So divorce really needs to be considered carefully, is this really the best way for you, your partner, and your children.

But if the divorce solution is the main one, then as a parent you must be able to provide good understanding to the child so that it can reduce the adverse effects that can occur. Now here are some ways that can reduce and overcome the adverse effects that occur in children when divorce occurs:

Provide opportunities for children to be able to talk about the conditions of divorce that occur and how the divorce can affect their lives. Sometimes children have questions that are beyond your expectations, so try to be open even if you feel cornered.

If you cannot explain to children, you can ask for help from other parties who have emotional closeness with children, such as relatives or relatives. Don’t vilify your former partner in front of a child. Even though there is still anger or revenge, as much as possible, do not expose it in front of the child. This can cause children to have their own trauma on marriage.

Ask for support to your family and closest friends. So that it will indirectly provide an opportunity for children to meet other people who both go through good divorce conditions. Support children to always have a positive outlook on their parents. Keep giving the same attention as before.

Now that was some of the effects of divorce on a child’s psychological condition. Of course the role of parents is a very important role. So as a good parent to always be mature and not selfish especially when it comes to child problems.

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