Families move for many reasons some happy such as job transfer, and others. Not so happy when moving because divorce causes financial problems, and it is as disruptive as moving.
Just like how it is with the parents, the experience can be even more traumatic for children. Here are a few tips to make the transition easier for your
Discuss the move openly with your children.
Let them know how excited you are about it. If possible get your kids involved in choosing your new home ask them how they would like to decorate their
new room and maybe even go looking for paint colors.
Get a feel of your children’s temperament about the move.
Try to avoid moving during crucial times of the school year.
If your kids will be changing schools, make time to visit their new school with them. Children eight and under are less attached to people such as friends but are very
attached to places and routines. So keep as much of their normal
routine in place as possible.
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And after moving day, try to get your children’s rooms in order first before turning your attention to the rest of the home. It will help them have a positive outlook about their new surroundings.
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