We were recently shocked to log on to I Am A Child of Divorce and find out it was broken. Instead of the carefully designed website we developed, the site was returning lines and lines of code and a jumbled mess of uselessness. We’ve had to make some major changes to get the backbone of the site up and available. Unfortunately, we are still working on some of the behind the scenes stuff to get them back up and running. You can find most of our great content by going to our temporary home page and scrolling through the articles (sorry about the mess of duplicate images, we’re working on that too). Rest assured that all the great material is still there. We’re just working on the road map that gets you there. Thanks for our patience as we work to restore I Am A Child of Divorce and make it even better!
For the Adults
This page includes information for adults. Eventually, it will include information for three classes of adults: Adult Children of Divorce, Parents and Adults Helping Children of Divorce
ADULT CHILDREN OF DIVORCE
The effects of divorce on children last long into adulthood. Recent studies show that the some effects are not even experienced until 10, 15 or 20 years following the divorce of one’s parents. In this section, we will address issues important to grown children of divorce.
Questions Adult Children of Divorce Ask
Resources For Adult Children of Divorce
Additional Reading For Adult Children of Divorce
This site is primarily for children of divorce and not parents who are getting a divorce or are divorced. However, there are things parents can do to help there children when it comes to divorce. Such information will be featured here.
Questions Parents Ask
Resources For Parents
Additional Reading For Parents
WORKING WITH CHILDREN OF DIVORCE
It is important that children of divorce have trusted adults who can help them to adjust to the divorce of their parents. Whether you are a grandparent, aunt, uncle, family friend, pastor, teacher or acquaintance, you can help these kids. In this section, we will feature resources to help you.
Questions Other Adults Ask
Resources For Other Adults
Additional Reading For Other Adults