Dec 25, 2020
Adult children are often overlooked and forgotten when their parents divorce later in life. They are men and women, ages 18 to 50. Some are single; some married. Some have children of their own. All of them are in different stages of shock, fear, and sudden, dramatic change.
As adults, their parents tend to overlook, minimize or diminish feelings and struggles around their parent’s divorce. And their parents are more apt to rely on them for emotional, practical or financial support. Today we explore the impact divorce has on adult children, how healthy boundaries can assist both adult children and divorcing parents and other issues to be aware of as well as strategies for handling this difficult season for everyone involved.
With me today are Bruce Fredenburg and Carol Hughes, two mental health experts who have decades of experience in the divorce arena and have co-authored the book “Home Will Never Be the Same Again: A Guide for Adult Children of Gray Divorce”
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For more information about Bruce Fredenburg visit: https://www.cdsoc.com/member-profiles/bruce-fredenburg/
For more information about Carol Hughes visit: https://drcarolhughes.com/