The Resource Center

There are not enough good resources out there for children of divorce, but there are some. On this page, we will feature external resources which you might find useful.

RESOURCES FOR KIDS

Helping Children Build Stepfamilies That Work (KidsHealth.org)

This article from Kidshealth.org will help children dealing with step and blended families.  It covers issues like getting used to stepparents, what to do if you can't get along with your new stepparent and how to make a healthy transition into a step family. This...

Free Books for Children of Divorce

Donald Harting is a child of divorce.  His parents separated when he was eight years old and divorced when he was 15.  He knows what it is like to lose an intact family and deal with the repercussions of divorce.  As a way to honor his parents, he has built a living...

Changeville: A Game for Helping Children of Divorce

Link Click here to play Changeville. Background Changeville is an internet based game released in 2008 by the Justice Education Society of British Columbia, Canada.  Changeville is an interactive, virtual world designed “to give children tools and information that...

RESOURCE FOR TEENS

Register For An Online Support Group for Teen Children of Divorce

We are please to officially announce the beginning of I Am A Child of Divorce support groups.  These groups are intended children of divorce find hope and healing in the aftermath of their parents’ separation or divorce. Groups are free to participate in and will...

Helping Teens Adjust to Stepparents (KidsHealth.org)

...statistics show that one third of all children are likely to spend some time in a stepfamily while growing up. Many times adjusting to a parent dating and/or getting remarried can be harder than the initial divorce.  This article from the TeensHealth portion of...

Identifying, Naming and Recognizing Your Feelings (A New Resource)

Here at I Am A Child of Divorce, we are pleased to announce the release of a brand new resource developed in conjunction with Divorce Ministry 4 Kids.  The new book entitled “My Feelings Workbook” is designed to help kids, teens and adults to name the emotions they...

Free Books for Children of Divorce

Donald Harting is a child of divorce.  His parents separated when he was eight years old and divorced when he was 15.  He knows what it is like to lose an intact family and deal with the repercussions of divorce.  As a way to honor his parents, he has built a living...

Helping Teens Deal With Divorce (KidsHealth.org)

This article from the TeensHealth portion of KidHealth.org helps teens with various issues related to the divorce of parents.  It is packed with useful tips and information for teens going through the divorce of their parents.  It covers topics including: Why are my...

RESOURCE FOR ADULTS

Resources for Adult Children of Divorce

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Resources for Parents

Free Books for Children of Divorce

Donald Harting is a child of divorce.  His parents separated when he was eight years old and divorced when he was 15.  He knows what it is like to lose an intact family and deal with the repercussions of divorce.  As a way to honor his parents, he has built a living...

Divorce and Children: Advice for Parents on Putting Children First

LINK http://www.divorceandchildren.com/ ABOUT THE SITE This website is the homepage of Christina McGhee.  Christina is a divorce coach and parent educator.  The focus of her work is on “helping children and families successfully manage the challenges of divorce.”  The...

Advice For Parents Getting A Divorce (KidsHealth.org)

From kidshealth.org, this article is intended to help parents who are currently going through a divorce. The article starts with the following honest assessment: What's the best way to help your family get through a divorce? Every situation — and every family — is...

Resources for Other Adults

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