For kids, one of the most puzzling and exasperating results of the divorce is that frequently, for the purposes of organizing the schedule, the children are lumped together as a homogeneous group, irrespective of their ages and needs. From the children's point of view, there are good reasons to individualize the schedule. The commentary is based on this child-oriented perspective. It offers suggestions as to how to make schedules flexible and meld the needs of different children with the time and work commitments of parents. The diary reveals why many of these changes come about at the instigation of children, and why they serve to benefit all the siblings, not just one individual.
This topic and many more are explored in Don't Divorce Your Children. To find out more about the book click on the photo.
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