Because the children of a Divorce Over 50 are usually young adults themselves, there’s an assumption that it isn’t all that difficult for them. That’s wrong.
The assumption is that because the kids are older, they’re better able to understand, they’re busy with their own lives, and they won’t be caught up in any nasty custody fights.
But according to this piece from the Chicago Tribune, adult children face their own set of issues, often dealing with discomfort, guilt, anger, and confusion. This is an important article, and well worth your time, even if you think your kids are doing just fine with your divorce. Aimed at the children, it offers detailed, solid advice that could help them now, and in the future. Check it out, then send them a link.