When Your Parents Divorce A kid-to-kid guide to dealing with divorce

Guest Blogger, Kimberly King 

Divorce can be a traumatic experience for children, but parents can do a lot to help ease stress and uncertainty. When Your Parents Divorce is a useful tool that parents can use to help children with questions and concerns that arise during this challenging and stressful time. Told from a child’s perspective, using clear and kid-friendly language, When Your Parents Divorce will help you and your children adjust to divorce in a positive, cooperative, and supportive way. The book aims to ease discord and confusion in the family and prevent Parent Alienation. A must-read for parents and kids.

  • One of a kind, a unique book created for kids and shared in a kids voice. Told from a child’s perspective, based on a real-life kid story Full of real-life kid scenarios that your child encounter as they adjust to your divorce
  • Presented in kid language that provides comfort on a tough topic.
  • Bibliotherapy, helping kids talk about their feelings by using books, is an effective therapeutic way to help kids cope with difficult emotions

Using a simple, direct, comforting approach that doesn’t dumb down the issues involved, as well as an easy-to-use system to help kids engage in open conversations with parents. When Your Parents Divorce covers a variety of topics, including:

Clarification of the terms and definitions involved in separation and divorce.

  • Supportive talking points for parents and children
  • Helping kids realize each parent’s value and worth.
  • Teaches kids that they are not alone.
  • Kids learn to be aware and express their feelings.
  • Explains that divorce is never their fault.
  • The story encourages family collaboration and cooperation.
  • Identifies some everyday worries, problems, and issues kids may experience as they adjust to the new family situation.
  • Stresses the way families can get along in a positive way when they work together
About the Author: 

Kimberly King left her traditional job as a kindergarten teacher to write books for children on difficult and often emotional topics. Kimberly King is a child-development professional, certified early-childhood educator, and darkness2light.org sexual abuse prevention Stewards of Children facilitator. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in early childhood development and family studies from the University of Maine and a Master of Science degree in early childhood education. She is the author of, I Said No!, the best-selling children’s book about sexual-abuse prevention. King is the author of three kid-to-kid guides:

King lives with her family in Connecticut and is available for media trainings, interviews, school visits, and author signings.

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