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Helping Our Childrend Deal With Divorce

Helping Our Childrend Deal With Divorce

The Whirlwinds of Divorce

Looking into

Deep blue eyes

Now darkened

Injuries

Of divorce

Encompass

Our Children

A whirlwind

Twirls the home

Into a far away place

Our differences

Leave the fruit

Of the marriage

Picking up the pieces

A parent's passion

Raising children together

Lost forever

In the lust and dust

Of our souls

Bruises

Deeply imbedded

Their innocent souls

Injured,

In this war of lost love

Blistered hearts

Guiltless souls

Our children

Sailing this sea of life

Can the lighthouse be rebuilt?

Tonight, I have been thinking a lot of my two boys. My wife and I recently divorced about three or four months ago. Both our boys are having such a hard time coping.

I think one of the best ways to help our children cope with divorce is to try and stay friends with our spouses. I know this is hard to do, but if we can keep an open form of communication it is best for our children.

Secondly, I think keeping our children in a faith-based environment is another way of helping our children cope with the loss.

Lastly, letting our children know we love them every day is a good way to help our children deal with the heartache of a divorce. Letting our children know that is not their fault, and staying close to our kids in these hard times is a must.

If you would like to view more poems by Mike Hazelwood, please feel free to purchase his book, Reflections of Me at http://www.lulu.com/MikeHazelwood.

Helping Our Childrend Deal With Divorce

Helping Our Childrend Deal With Divorce

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