FJYPB: Top Tips for Separating Parents.

FJYPB: Top Tips for Separating Parents.

Attached are the FJYPB Top Tips for Separating Parents. 

Ttehse were written by children who have gone through the family separation process. We recomend you share these tips withy our ex partner and with the children if age appropriate. 
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