It's hard when your parents split. Weather they were married or not. It's so hard because you feel like you need to take sides or your going to be stuck in the middle.
I'm talking from personal experience here.
My parents split up when I was around 7 and my mum took me and my little brother. Don't get me wrong we still sore our dad and we still do now, but it was still tricky.
Now of you have always had one paren
t, you may not see what the issue is but for someone who spent most there childhood with two parents, it's tricky.
Staying at different houses on different days. Worrying about who you can talk to. Wondering if you parents ever get jealous if you like one more than the other.
I think the best thing for you to do is just try and flow with it. Don't take sides during arguments, don't twist you parents words to the other parent. Trust me on that one they will find out.
But hey, look on the plus side.
Two Christmases. Two birthdays. Two Easter's. You get double everything!
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