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Ten Ways To Protect Your Kids From The Fallout Of A High Conflict Break-Up


In this blog posting, Dr. Joan B. Kelly offers ten ways to protect you children during your divorce.

  • Talk to your children about your separation.

  • Be discreet.

  • Act like grown-ups. Keep your conflict away from the kids.

  • Stay in the picture.

  • Deal with anger appropriately.

  • Be a good parent.

  • Manage your own mental health.

  • Keep the people your children care about in their lives.

  • Be thoughtful about your future love life.

  • Pay your child support.

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