With 50% of marriages ending in divorce, the end of their parents’ relationship is a reality very familiar for many children. Whether the process of divorce is straightforward or complicated, it’s a difficult time in a child’s life, bringing up complex feelings and often requiring a change in their day-to-day routines as a result of custody arrangements and the family finding a new normal. Fortunately, there are many good divorce books for kids that make excellent resources for younger children processing the realities of divorce and coming to terms with the changes in their circumstances.
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