In The News07 Jan 2014
How to have a happier ending to your marriage
I don’t know which was worse, the day I told the children that mummy and daddy wouldn’t be living together any more, or the day daddy left. Both are indelibly carved into my memory. I would go to hell and back before deliberately hurting my children, yet that’s precisely what was happening.
Like most parents, I wanted to do whatever I could to minimise the impact my divorce was going to have on my children. I’d been working as a Relate counsellor for more than 10 years at the time, so I knew precisely how hard it can sometimes be for rational, loving parents to ensure that they put their children’s needs first. I knew that my children needed me to be the strongest and best parent in the world at precisely the time when I felt I had the fewest resources. So I scoured the bookshelves for some guidance but found that nothing existed, which was when I decided to draw on my professional and personal experiences to write a book myself – and Help Your Children Cope With Your Divorce was born.
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