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  • Writer's pictureAlan Jacobs

Sharing Custody: How to Keep Kids Comfortable

Having two places to call home can cause confusion and be a major adjustment to children. This is especially true when a family is going through a separation or divorce. Sharing custody and moving into a new household can severely change a child’s routine, causing them to feel disrupted and in most cases, upset or disoriented. Coupling these two changes together will often result in a challenging time for everyone. Luckily, there a few things that you can do to help smooth this transition.

In this excellent blog posting, Amanda Lin offers 4 ways to keep your kids comfortable in two homes when sharing custody:

  • Get Your Child Involved

  • Give the Room Some Familiarity

  • Establish a Consistent Calendar

  • Don’t Compete With One Another

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