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Dana Anderson, Common Sense Media
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Kid-friendly support and guidance for children of divorce.

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Positive Messages

This site validates for kids that divorce stinks for them and offers help so kids can learn to deal with the variety of emotions that they will have. Overall message: You will get through this, you're not alone, and life will get better in time.

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Some of the videos and cartoon scenarios show parents saying mean things about their ex, yelling at their child or otherwise using angry language.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that this is a supportive, interactive site for children experiencing a divorce in the family. It provides kids with heartfelt, easy to understand emotional guidance and solid information about divorce and its after-effects. Created in Canada, this is an excellent resource for anyone, anywhere, who is working with kids whose parents are separated or divorced. 

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Kid, 10 years old March 18, 2011

perfect for idiots

it sucks its only for kids who have divorced parents

Is it any good?

This extraordinarily compassionate, helpful site presents difficult information about divorce in a simple, friendly way through kid-friendly media like short videos, cartoons,  games, posters, and virtual world play. It's appropriate for a wide age span.

Online interaction: Site users can send feedback message through the on-site email tool.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about how your kids feel about the cartoons and videos on this site. How are the parents acting? What would you do if you were the kid in the video? Read Common Sense Media's Don't Let Jon and Kate Teach Your Kids About Divorce.

  • Families can talk about how talking about feelings about almost any situation in life, whether good, bad or a mixture of both, can be helpful. It's important to communicate as a family, even when kids have negative feelings about decisions parents make. This site can help facilitate that when divorce is the topic.

Website details

  • Genre: Educational
  • Pricing structure: Free
  • Last updated: June 19, 2019

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