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Divorce and Separation

Nikki Parkinson



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Don't shoot the messenger with Bella Duncan

• 18 min

So happy to welcome Bella Duncan back to the podcast to talk kids and divorce. Bella is an empowered 'kid of divorce' who is determined to make changes for the better and join the positive divorce and separation movement.  Growing up in two homes, she experienced firsthand many of the issues a child from divorced parents will face. As a young adult, she was inspired to create a helpful resource to help kids of divorce feel seen, heard, and less alone. Her blog, 'A Kid With Two Homes', shines light on what divorce, separation, or what family conflict can look like, from a kid's perspective.  Parents this is for you. Bella and Nikki dive into -  Parents using their children as messengers. Putting your children in the centre rather than the middle. Responsibility - what is and is not your children's responsibility. Communication. What can parents do to ease the load for their children when they are moving between two homes. Remaining present with your children. How your words and actions can have an impact. This episode is sponsored by The Separation Summit. If you are looking to separate in a better way, a healthier way, a smarter way, then The Separation Summit has been specifically designed for you. The Separation Summit is Australia’s first digital event that showcases the ways, days and stages to a kind separation. This 1-day summit invites global experts, legal advisors, and divorce survivors, to offer an informed, heart-felt and collaborative event. Taking the mess out of messy. Buy your ticket here. Host: Nikki Parkinson. Divorce and Separation Hub Website. Guest: Bella Duncan, A Kid With Two Homes. Website. LinkedIn. Instagram. Email. Join our community of like-minded people @thedivorcehub on Instagram and Facebook.  Executive Producer and Editor: Tiffany Richmond. You can contact Tiffany via her website and on Instagram @tiff__richmond.

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