Call Number: HQ 834 .R618 1996
Publication Date: 1996-05-07
Upsetting changes can happen in a family when there's a divorce. The feelings of the children may be confusing and complex. They may feel that the divorce is their fault or that they can somehow make their parents get back together. In his gentle, reassuring tone, Fred Rogers explains that the most important thing is for children to know that all of their feelings are real and acceptable, whatever they might be. Talking about them and recognizing them can help children feel more stable during a time filled with change. No book can, or should, take away the pain of divorce, but Fred Rogers encourages us to remind children that although some things will change with the divorce, some things will stay the same. Children still have a family that loves them...a family that needs their love. And knowing that can give them a very good feeling.