That’s one of the reasons we created I Am A Child of Divorce – so kids and teens whose parents are split up would have a place they could go to find information and other people who have at least some idea what you are going through.To do that, we’ve created all kinds of ways for you to connect and to begin to heal from your parents’ split.Each module includes a self-guided interview, videos, a continuing narrative and resources.You can take advantage of as many or as few of these options for each module as you’d like (though we do strongly recommend that you at least complete the self-guided interview).We want to bring some of those ways to your attention.Some are new resources, some have been totally redone to meet your needs better, and some have been around from day one.
But, what if that person your Mom or Dad is still with is the person that caused the break up of your parents in the first place.
The teen support group consists of four zone, each with five modules, that tackle the issues and emotions faced by teens after their parents divorce/separate.
Each module offers a variety of ways to dig deeper into what’s going on and move towards healing.
Regardless, here are a few ways you can connect with others and get help as you deal with the fall out from your parents’ split:1.
Online Support Group for Teens: We recently totally rewrote our online support group for teens to make them more accessible to you and allow you to work at your own pace.