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What are some websites that may help teens deal with divorce issues?

 
Here are some websites appropriate for teenagers dealing with divorce issues. It’s always a good idea for adults to review sites before recommending them to children to make sure they are appropriate for the particular child.
 

This is an interesting website featuring teens’ stories (both fiction and non-fiction) about divorce experiences and therapists’ comments and advice, as well as postings.

http://www.wholefamily.com/aboutteensnow/relationships_family/index.html#divorce
 

This site has an interactive section with music and graphics that provides information about divorce. "A Kids’ Guide to Separation and Divorce" is designed for children 5-12 years. Click on "A Teen Guide to Separation and Divorce."

http://www.familieschange.ca/

 

The following sites feature articles about divorce that are written for teens.
http://www.goaskalice.columbia.edu/1645.html
http://www.divorceonline.com/
http://www.kidshealth.org/teen/your_mind/families/divorce.html

 

 

 

Kim Leon, Ph.D., Former Assistant Professor and State Specialist, Human Development & Family Studies, Human Environmental Sciences, University of Missouri Extension

 

Alison Levitch, Human Development & Family Studies Graduate Student, Human Environmental Sciences, University of Missouri Extension

 

 

 

 

 

 

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