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4 Tips for Keeping Your Children Protected During a Divorce

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When you get a divorce, it changes your life. But, for better or worse, you’ll eventually move on. The same can’t be said for your kids.

If you aren’t careful, it can leave deep emotional scars that never fully heal.  4 Ways to Protect Your Children in a Divorce Adults, while certainly susceptible to emotional trauma, are far less vulnerable than children.

A child is highly impressionable, fragile, and ill-prepared to handle trauma in the same way that grown, mature individuals can.

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