Divorce and children
If restoring your relationship is no longer possible or you do not want to continue together, a divorce is often the only solution. If parents get a divorce, such conversations can be very emotional. This is perfectly normal. VidaSense can guide you both through this hard and often emotional process. Also if you are looking for the right support for your children, a psychologist or remedial educationalist can help you build a good parental relationship.
If you and your partner separate and there are children involved, you can opt for co-parenting. Co-parenting means that you share the daily care and upbringing of your children as much as possible. This means that the child alternatively lives with you and your ex-partner., and that the child is being raised and cared for by both parents. In these situations of co-parenting VidaSense can advise and support you both
Children’s coping process
We can also provide the right support for your child(ren) in the sad process of a divorce. Sometimes children experience feelings of powerlessness, insecurity and guilt. We offer a short-term program to help your child(ren) cope with their grief, in order to give them space to deal with their sadness and process the divorce.
If a relationship ends, this is often not your children’s choice. Unfortunately, your children can get caught up in loyalty conflicts. A lack of contact with one of the parents is something a child can carry with him for the rest of his life. By making proper arrangements together, you can prevent or alleviate a great deal of your child’s suffering .
If you would like to receive more information about divorce or how we can support you, please contact us. We’re happy to help.
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