When you’re feeling overburdened, remind yourself that you’re acting in your family’s best interests. In the future, make every effort to plan ahead, recognize potential red flags, and be emotionally present to your child.
After all of that, let’s get started by discussing several ways your child might express their concerns over separation.
Kids may experience divorce-related rage. It makes logical sense if you give it some thought. Their entire world is evolving, but they may not always have much say in it.
Any age can experience anger, but school-age children and teenagers are more prone to it. These feelings of abandonment or powerlessness may give rise to these emotions. Given that some kids blame themselves for their parents’ divorce, anger may even be internalized.