Month: August 2018

The Power of Routine

By SUSAN GRIFFIN What is the best way to help children make a healthy transition from living in one home to living in two homes? Simple: Keep the routine. When parents separate, it is important for children to stay in a daily routine with as few changes as possible so children have the energy for […]

Written by on August 8, 2018

More on Risk and Resilience

By SUSAN GRIFFIN Some researchers on divorce and family breakup in high conflict families have looked at the question many parents ask. Is it better for the children if the parents separate? Or is it better for the children if the parents stay together? The answer? Conflict and negativity harm children. Hostility and parental warmth […]

Written by on August 3, 2018