Synopses & Reviews
As a parent, when you think about the word "divorce," many feelings might come to your mind, but what about your children's feelings? How can you help them deal with their very real feelings about your divorce?
Feelings are a superpower when used responsibly. Feelings tend to get a bad reputation because they can sometimes be overwhelming and painful, but feelings help us learn to cope, process, and heal from all the things we experience. The true healing powers of feelings can get lost in all the chaos. It is time to take children's feelings out of the shadows and bring them to the light. Sharing all feelings is important in the healing process.
This interactive workbook:
- provides a safe space for children to stay "whole" before, during, and after their parents' divorce.
- gives children a healthy, creative outlet to explore and process their feelings by initiating discussion as well as discovering the power of self-affirmation and drawing.
- takes a journey inside the concerns of children regarding how their lives will be changed by their parents' divorce.