Study for Children of Divorce

1. Study for Children of Divorce

 
1. How old were you when you learned that your parents would divorce?
2. How old are you now?
3. Who told you?
4. How did you feel when you learned that your parents would divorce?
5. Did you speak to your parents about your feelings?
6. If you spoke to your parents about your family's divorce, what did you express?
If you did not express your feelings to your parents, why not?
7. What were your greatest fears about the divorce?
8. What did your parents do that helped you most through the divorce process?
9. What did your parents do that hurt you most or made managing the divorce difficult?
10. Do you think that you were the cause of the divorce?
11. If you thought that you were the cause of the divorce, why did you think this?
12. Do you think you could have stopped the divorce from happening? If so, explain:
13. Did you feel that you were in the middle of your parents
divorce (e.g., custody battle, visitation decisions, legal
matters)? If so, what made you feel this way?
14. Who was the most helpful person to you during your parents' divorce?
15. Did you have a therapist help you with your feelings when the divorce occurred?
16. If you had a therapist, was the therapist helpful?
17. What was most helpful about the therapist?
18. What was least helpful?
19. How did the divorce affect your life?
20. Do you feel that your parents did a good job managing the
impact of the divorce for you?
If so, how so?
If not, why?
21. Other related thoughts, experiences, or comments:
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