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Bill of Rights for Children whose Parents are Separated
1. The right to freedom from pressure to “choose sides” between parents
2. The right to freedom from the details of the legal proceedings between parents.
3. The right to freedom from hearing negative comments about the other parent’s personality or character.
4. The right to privacy when talking to a parent on the telephone.
5. The right to freedom from “cross-examination” about visits with the other parent.
6. The right to freedom from the role of messenger between parents
7. The right to freedom from requests to lie to the other parent.
8. The right to freedom from the role of confidant in adult matters.
9. The right to express feelings, whatever those feelings may be.
10. The right to choose to withhold feelings.
11. The right to protection from parental “warfare.”
12. The right to freedom from pressure to feel guilty for loving both parentsFor More Information or To Register Please Contact:
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