Children of Divorce Blogging Network

May 13, 2016

I want to start a blogging network for people who are blogging about what it was like to be a child of divorce. This way, we can join together to encourage each other and raise awareness about the problems we face.

If you are a child of divorce and want to be part of it, send me a link to your blog with a brief description. You can post it below or use the Contact form. I’ll post it here so that my readers can find your blog.

Then, consider setting up a page on your blog like this page so that you can tell your readers about the blogging network. It could have this title:

Children of Divorce Blogging Network

Ideas for your page: tell your readers why you believe a blogging network will be helpful. Ask them to send links to their blogs (assuming they are children of divorce). Ask them to set up pages on their blogs like this one.

We can slowly grow our blogging network. Yes, ours. Not mine. After all, “A rising tide lifts all boats.” My blog readers will find your blog, and vise versa. Plus we will educate people about how harmful divorce really is. More voices are always better, right?

I created a category called “children of divorce blogging network” so you can find other posts I’ve written on the subject.

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Blogging Network:

Kent Darcie, an adult child of divorce, has a wonderful blog called Adult Children of Divorce. He works to help people identify and overcome issues that are linked to their parents’ divorce. He has a lot of great posts there. Check it out.

 

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Author: everybodysdaughter

I'm an adult child of divorce, having been raised in multiple divorce/remarriage situations. I'm writing in order to shed light on the problems of divorce from the perspective of the child. I will also discuss problems with other non-triad family structures, since there is a lot of overlap. People often think that better parenting skills will overcome problems in non-triad arrangements. While I agree that parenting skills are important, they cannot overcome the problems I discuss such as fractured ontology and perpetual liminality. I converted to the Catholic faith in 2012, and will discuss Catholic things from time to time as well.

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