• Alan Jacobs

Supporting the Grandparent-Grandchild Relationship After Divorce


When divorce takes place, everyone in the family is affected. Often the impact on grandparents is overlooked amidst the turmoil involving parents and children. But the affect can be devastating for grandparents who want to help and also stay in the lives of the children they love.

How do you cope as grandparents when the consequences of divorce limits or ends physical visits with the grandkids?

You do that by maintaining and strengthening the relationship you already have using the technology available and your best communication skills with your grown child’s former spouse.

In this excellent article, Rosalind Sedacca offers seven ways you can stay in the lives of your grandchildren despite the distance between you and the divorce.

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