When relationships end and parents separate
When a couple separates, one world becomes two. When that couple has children, they face the challenges of navigating their way through the two new worlds of their parents. These changes can be daunting—even overwhelming. It can be very challenging for children and young people to express their feelings and have their voices heard by the adults around them.
Adults also experience the emotional and physical upheaval of their previous world coming to an end, and the challenge of creating a new world for themselves and their children.
Designed by experienced separation counsellors and child and family workers, Two Worlds is a unique resource for building healing conversations with children or adults experiencing separation—or those experiencing any significant transitions and life changes.
Do you sometimes feel you are living in two different worlds? If so, which cards describe your worlds now?
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