Divorce is a difficult and emotional process, especially for children who are caught in the middle. Unfortunately, all too often, children become pawns in the divorce process, used as leverage or bargaining chips by one or both parents.
This is a damaging and destructive approach that can have long-lasting effects on children's mental health and wellbeing.
In this Divorced Parents blog, they explore the top 10 reasons why children should not be used as pawns in divorce, using examples to illustrate each point.
They also discuss the importance of prioritizing children's needs and well-being during and after divorce.