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Don't make your kids the collateral damage of your divorce/separation

In so many divorces, kids are collateral damage. The war is going on between the two parties, each person fights for what's “right”, or what’s “theirs”, coming from a place of ego, wound and blame.

This is NOT the only way to do divorce. There's another way. A way in which two adults are demonstrating to their kids how to be adults. A way which allows for personal accountability, forgiveness, and growth. A way that is healthier for the whole family.

Kids should be at the centre of every decision you make in a divorce. The first step is to put their mental health first by agreeing to settle as adults.

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