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.
Breathing, physical activity and talking about it are great ways to help deal with anger or stress. That said, sometimes when anger or stress builds up inside, you just want to scream. Handled correctly, this can be a therapeutic way to vent some of that frustration...
In an earlier article, we looked at why it is so important to forgive people who have hurt us: Should I Forgive My Parents for What They Have Done? In this article, we will look at some specific things to keep in mind and steps you can take to forgive even when it’s...
When your parents split up, it’s easy to blame them and be angry about it. After all, they (or at least one of them) didn’t ask you what you wanted. Chances are you have been angry about that at some point. You might have talked to someone who suggested that you need...
We officially launched our online support groups for teens from disrupted homes back in 2013. We are currently in the process of tweaking that original reformat and relaunching our groups as a series a self-guided interviews and other resources. You’ll be able to work at your own pace and then use our Chat Room, Ask Us and other features to talk to someone about what you’re learning. Do it at your own pace and focus on the areas that you need the most! We’ll let you know as soon as it’s ready to go! You can visit our calendar page for a complete listing of upcoming chats.
The “My Feelings Workbook” has consistently been our most popular resource here on I Am A Child of Divorce. It is a vehicle for children of divorced and disrupted homes to identify, name and understand the emotions they are feeling during or after the separation of their parents. Make sure to download this free e-book (or individual pages to print).
Make sure to check out our Calendar for a complete list of upcoming chats, events and other happenings at I Am A Child of Divorce. Don’t miss out!