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Life after divorce can be really tough for children. Sometimes children feel anxious and confused about living in two homes. Join Addison and her friends as they express their feelings about going back and forth between homes. The gently reassuring text in Living in Two Homes is Tough from the Kid Talk Book Series focuses on self-expression and honesty.
Empower your children to speak their feelings and cope with a divorce or separation with this inclusive book. The engaging illustrations are designed to teach kids life lessons about acceptance, communication, and help them understand their feelings through a story and character they can relate to. Add, the Living In Two Homes Is Tough children’s book to your home library for lifelong guidance and healthy coping.
♥Colorful, Engaging Images
♥Inclusive Story and Language
♥Lessons on Coping With Divorce & Separation
♥Guidance Through Relatable Characters
♥Easy to Read and Understand
Children are likely to adjust better to new living arrangements after separation if they feel like their input is important to their parents. This book is essential for all families, especially those who are co-parenting. Living in Two Homes is Tough shines a light on the ever-growing reality that exists in the lives of many children today.
This is a great resource for parents and educators to help children cope with parental separation, breakup, or divorce, and to teach them that whether living in one home or two, they’re always loved and supported.
Read this book with your children to reassure them of the love you have for them and encourage them to be open with you.