Divorce in a Blended Family: How Do We Tell the Kids?

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Facing divorce is always difficult, but when you have a blended family, it can feel even more complicated. On “Life Quakes,” host Patricia Wu and guest therapist and healer Josie Rosario offers guidance for navigating this challenging transition.

Open Communication is Key

Talk to your children in age-appropriate ways about what’s happening. Help them understand it’s not their fault.

Seek Support

Look for family therapy, support groups, or individual counseling to help everyone in the family process the changes.

Remember Self-Care

Divorce is stressful. Make time to care for yourself, so you can be emotionally present for your children.

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