This guide is part of a series aimed at helping families in which parents are separated or divorcing and who share parenting responsibilities for children.
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Anger, sadness, worry, relief, confusion, guilt, embarrassment, loneliness and nervousness — these are all common emotions that children experience when their parents divorce.
Many children have difficulty expressing such feelings in words, but drawing pictures can be an easier way for them to express how they truly feel.