A graphic image of parental conflict. This artwork shows each parent in distinct settings (different homes?). Child is in the center, covering their ear while straddling each home. Both parents are saying something with an angry tone based on the look on their faces and word bubbles. Notice how each parent is turned away from their child. ‘Communication’ lines in green and red indicate distress. Neither parent is paying attention to their child. Seemingly, this child is trying to explain their thoughts through art. Hopefully, one of these parents will notice how their child answers the question “How do you feel about being in the middle? As this child answers: scared, sad, want to get away, mad, worry.
#518, Is Anyone Listening, from Kids in the Middle.
Categories: Impat on child, A child’s view