When your parents tell you that they are getting divorced, you might have lots of big feelings - like anger, fear and sadness - and lots of questions too. This journal is packed full of activities that will help you work through these feelings and get your thoughts and questions out into the open.
This journal from parenting expert Sue Atkins gives children aged 7+ a safe place to express their feelings about divorce and the resulting changes, so that they can start to understand them. Full of creative activities to help them process this life-changing event, it provides children with a source of strength and comfort through this challenging time, as well as giving them a way of sharing how they are feeling with a trusted adult.
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Number of pages: 128
Weight: 300 g
Dimensions: 244 x 172 x 10 mm
Sue has created a unique journal for children who experience divorce. It is important that children are able to express their feelings during this difficult time for the whole family. In the divorce journal for kids, children can write down their thoughts and feelings and share this with their parents. I will 100% share this bespoke journal with parents and schools. -- Laura Henry-Allain MBE, Award winning International speaker, writer (Creator of the JoJo and Gran Gran characters) and consultant
As a parent advisor, I recommend Sue Atkins' 'Divorce Journal' to families on a regular basis. It's the only resource I have found that deals with the emotional and practical aspects of a divorced/fragmented family with the child at the centre. This carefully constructed journal really does cover every aspect - it's extremely useful for both parents and for therapists working with children. I've had such positive feedback from clients and fellow counsellors. It's easy to use, very child friendly and has great results. -- Jo Fitzgerald Mental Health First Aid Trainer & Founder of Tiny Sponges & Primary2Secondary
It provides a realistic way to help - an opportunity for children to reflect on their feelings, talk to their parents and feel valued. -- Georgina Durrant, founder of The SEN Resources Blog and author of 100 Ways Your Child Can Learn Through Play
A perfect resource to empower children to manage their feelings and emotions through a divorce, so they are able to 'be' with their experience more, process what's happening better and a resource from which, more understanding conversations can happen with parents. -- Tosh Brittan, Founder of Divorce Goddess
An empowering much needed journal for children packed full of helpful tools to guide them on their own journey through their parents divorce. A must have support tool for your kids. -- Sara Davison, The Divorce Coach
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