Welcome to I Am A Child of Divorce. We’re glad you’re here. On this site you will find resources and a community dedicated to helping children to understand and heal from their parents’ divorce or separation.
Words To Remember When You’re Feeling Hurt
What Defines You?
What Do I Do When One of My Parents Doesn’t Want Me to Love the Other?
Our Family’s Changed: Help For Children From Changing Families
The Fact That I Like My Stepmother Makes My Mom Mad. What Should I Do?
A Word About Advertising on I Am A Child of Divorce
What Do I Do When I Don’t Have Anyone To Turn To?
Why Promiscuity is a Form of Self-Mutilation for Fatherless Daughters
Registration Now Open for Teen Support Group Starting August 2013
What Do I Do When My Parents Start Dating Other People?
Teen Between: Support For Teenagers of Separated Parents
Was My Parents’ Divorce My Fault?
Helping Infants and Toddlers Adjust to Divorce (MU Extension)
A Guide for Teachers on Helping Children Adjust to Divorce (MU Extension)
How Can I Deal With All This Anger?
Should I Tell My Parents How I Feel?
Helping Children Understand Divorce (MU Extension)
Helping Teens Cope With The Stress of Divorce
How To Put Children First in Divorce (Child Centered Solutions)
What About God?
Activities for Helping Children Deal With Divorce (MU Extension)
Help Us Promote Our Online Support Group for Teens
Families Change – Teen Guide to Separation and Divorce
On the Importance of Parents Getting Along After A Divorce
What is Grief?
What Is It Like When Your Parents Get Divorced?
The Anger-ometer (Tracking Your Anger In Order to Deal With It)
Teen Online Support Group Video
Breathing Techniques for Stress Reduction (Conscious Discipline)
Register For An Online Support Group for Teen Children of Divorce
What Is Custody And Visitation?
Advise for Moms on Helping Children Heal From Divorce
How Can I Keep My Parents From Dating After a Divorce?
A Mini-book About Feelings For Kids
A Guide For Parents on Helping Kids Deal With Divorce (Helpguide.org)
An Explanation of Divorce for Kids (KidsHealth.org)
Why Didn’t I See The Divorce of My Parents Coming?
Advice for Stepparents on Dealing With Stepkids
How Can I Use the GAP Method to Help With Feelings of Fear?
A Guide for Adults on Helping Kids Deal with the Emotions of Divorce
How Technology Can Help Parents Keep In Touch With Their Kids
What Are Alimony and Child Support?
Helping Teens Adjust to Stepparents (KidsHealth.org)
How Can I Make Living In Two Homes Easier?
Identifying, Naming and Recognizing Your Feelings (A New Resource)
Am I The Only One Going Through This?
What Should I Do When My Mom Says I Remind Her Of My Dad?
My Parents Got A Divorce; Do I Still Have A Family?
Helping Children Build Stepfamilies That Work (KidsHealth.org)
7 Keys To Making Co-Parenting Work
Free Books for Children of Divorce
Is It OK To Be Happy About My Parents’ Divorce?
Helping Parents and Teens Adjust to Divorce
How Should I Tell My Kids We’re Getting a Divorce?
Divorce and Children: Advice for Parents on Putting Children First
Advice for Parents on Dating After Divorce
Chained No More: Healing for Adult Children of Divorce
Will Things Ever Be “Normal” Again?
Helping Teens Deal With Divorce (KidsHealth.org)
Advice For Parents Getting A Divorce (KidsHealth.org)
Changeville: A Game for Helping Children of Divorce
What Is A Divorce?
Divorce Is Hard for Everyone – Especially Teens
Did I Cause My Parents’ Divorce?
How Can I Respect and Honor My Parents After A Divorce?
The Effect of Divorce on Teens and Young Adults
What Can I Do To Get My Parents Back Together?
What Should I Do When My Parents Say Bad Things About Each Other?
Will I Ever Be Happy Again?
Welcome to I Am A Child of Divorce
We have officially launched our new online support groups. Sign up today for our teen support group. This new group officially launches on December 3, 2013, but we revamped these groups to allow new people to join throughout the course of the group. Groups will also overlap to allow participants to participate in discussions related to “missed weeks.” These free groups are conducted entirely online here on I Am A Child of Divorce with the help of a dedicated facilitator. Each group engages in weekly activities and a one hour online chat (text not voice) in a private chat room. The goal of the group is to find hope and healing while being equipped with tool to help them heal from their parents’ divorce. If you are interested, please go to our registration page and register today.
We are pleased to announce the release of a brand new resource here on I Am A Child of Divorce. The “My Feelings Workbook” is a vehicle for children of divorce to identify, name and understand the emotions they are feeling during or after the divorce of their parents. Make sure to download this free e-book (or individual pages to print).