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Children of Divorce's Bill of Rights

 

  • Recognize that we love and need both parents.
  • Don't turn us into messengers. Mom and Dad should talk to each other directly.
  • Don't say bad things about our other parent.
  • Don't grill us about what is going on at our other parent's home.
  • Don't ask us to take sides.
  • Don't make us feel like we're being disloyal to you if we enjoy being with our other parent.
  • If you have something angry to say to our other parent, don't say it around us.
  • Don't purposely forget important clothing or gear when we are going to our other parent's place.

 

 

Used with permission from Divorce Central

 

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