Things Children Of Divorce And Those From Happy Families Don’t Agree On

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It’s okay to be distant from siblings

Children from happy families can afford to have strained relationships with their siblings—they have their parents as the glue that will hold this thing together no matter way. Kids from divorced families need to have good relationships with their siblings. Siblings are the only solid ground they have in the ever-shifting universe of family.

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