A divorce is a traumatic time for the whole family, and children can be particularly affected by it. They may not understand what is going on, or they may feel like it is their fault. It's important to get your children the help they need to cope with the difficult transition that is occurring. These five tips will help your children carry on and adjust to their new normal.
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Low-Key Parenting Techniques to Keep Kids Sober
Posted: December 21, 2017
With the threat of substance abuse, it can be tempting to become overly controlling to keep your kids safe; however, aside from being unfeasible and building up resentment over time, this is not a very effective long-term strategy. If your control is all that keeps your kid away from dangers, they will likely fall into them once they are outside of that control. The key is to eliminate any desire your children might have to engage in substance abuse, which requires a firm yet subtle approach.