What KidsDon’t Say in Words:
Helping Children Navigate Divorce
The stakes are high. Kids rom divorced amilies otenexperience higher rates o teen pregnancy, morediculties in school, and challenges in their ownmarriages. Two o the biggest predictors? The amount o confict between you and your spouse and theamount o support rom riends and amily.Find a way to become an eective co-parenting partner with your ex-spouse. Together, you can help yourchild grow up resilient and make mature, responsiblechoices in the decades to come.Remember, even i you aren’t married anymore, yourchild will always be a part o both o you. Your child loves you both and counts on the two o you to put his or her needs rst.
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Caliornia Association o Marriage and Family Therapists
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Will You Dance at Your Child’s Wedding?
More than one-third o marriages end in painuldivorce. But the choices you make during yourdivorce will inluence your child’s health and well-being over a lietime.Most health insurance policies cover theservice o MFTs so long as the services are“medically necessary.” This typically includescoverage or ace-to-ace sessions or adiagnosable mental health problem. Suchcoverage may be limited. Please contact yourhealth insurance company or detailedinormation about the coverage available toyou and your amily.