Actually telling a child that one parent is going to leave the family home and live elsewhere is an event parents dread. However, it is far better than having the child experience an abrupt departure of one parent without warning. The child's diary expresses her fears on hearing the news while her father grapples with indecision about exactly how much to say. The commentary stresses the importance of what to say, when to say it, and how to plan the sequence of events so that both parents are prepared to meet the children's needs at this difficult time.
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