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Enter the Lemons 2 Lemonade Web site and see our Books and Videos to help children to cope with divorce

Help for your child is now available!

Lemons 2 Lemonade: how to handle life when things go sour between Mom and Dad is an easy to use and fun to watch 45 minute home video program. It was created to entertain children while they learn how to handle the tough, sometimes “sour”, feelings that come up when parents decide to divorce.

Designed for children 6 to 12 years old, Lemons 2 Lemonade will help many families gain valuable information and important skills about how to handle the changes brought about by a divorce.

Topics covered in Lemons 2 Lemonade

  • How families change
  • What does divorce mean
  • Why does divorce happen
  • Positive ways to handle anger and sadness
  • How to handle feeling guilty
  • What to do when parents are angry with each other
  • How to handle problems
  • Parents’ feelings about divorce

All families change. How things change depends on the choices parents and children make together. In a delightfully interactive way, Lemons 2 Lemonade lets kids know that even though divorce happens, families are forever.

Divorce is a time of crisis and it can feel devastating. It is a time when everything feels crazy and uncertain. We struggle with feeling out of control, angry, lonely, guilty, hopeless and helpless.

One of parents greatest concerns is how divorce will affect their children. Divorce does not doom children to years of emotional problems or lifelong dysfunction. Exposure to constant parental conflict and unhealthy families situations, however, can.

Because divorce leaves us feeling emotionally vulnerable, our tendency is to focus on all the things we can't change verses what we can change.

What most parents need to help their children is information, reassurance and support. Sometimes, however, when we most need help, it is not readily available. This site was designed to bridge the gap for parents by making information and resources both available and easily accessible.

As a parent you can significantly impact your children's adjustment through:

Maintaining a meaningful relationship with your children

  • Providing children with a strong sense of family
  • Being a good listener and an approachable parent
  • Protecting your children from conflict between you and your ex-spouse
  • Remaining an active and positive influence in your children's lives


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