4 things to remember
- It's not your fault.
- It can take time to adjust to things changing.
- There are lots of reasons why people divorce or separate.
- If you're worried, we're here to talk.
Everyone in a relationship disagrees sometimes. But when you're hearing your parents or carers argue, it can make you worried that they might split up.
Parents and carers can get a divorce or split up for lots of reasons, and your parents fighting doesn't necessarily mean that they will break up. But if you're worried, it's important to talk about it.
If your parents do decide to split up or divorce, you're never to blame. You might worry about what happens next, but you're not alone.
Finding out your parents or carers are getting a divorce can be really upsetting. No matter how you're feeling there are ways to cope.
There are lots of reasons you might feel unhappy after your parents get divorced or separate. You might:
It's okay to be upset by all of this, even if it's been a while.
If you've not felt able to ask for support, remember: