Please enjoy the following guest post with tips for moving with children during a school year.
If moving with children wasn’t difficult enough, try doing that during the school year. Depending on the ages of your kids, it could go both ways. If they are younger, perhaps they will not be as affected by this change. For the kids that have already been in school for a while, this could pose a challenge. They are not only being removed from their home but also from everything they know. And a lot of resistance may come from the fact that they are leaving their friends behind. If you prepare well and ahead of time following our tips for moving with children during a school year, you might just get out of the process unscathed.
Enjoy the following guest post on helping your kids cope with divorce.
Ashley Taylor is a freelance writer, photographer, and advocate for people with disabilities. She created DisabledParents.org to provide information and resources to other parents with disabilities. When she isn’t working, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two children.
It goes without saying that divorce can have a significant and lasting impact on children. Helping a child cope with the experience of one of their parents moving out, who won’t be there daily or be involved as much as they used to be, is traumatic. But there are ways you can work to maintain a quality of life and to strengthen the bonds with the child. Love After Kids explains how.