One picture is worth a thousand words! Or, perhaps go with the phrase ‘silence is golden’. What are these parents arguing about-in front of their children? Is this a conversation for behind closed doors? Research is conclusive revealing the damage of parental conflict. Will these parents stop fighting and realize the impact this has on their children? Divorce is between the parents and about the child!
#524, Parental Conflict
A great message for fathers seeking custody (mothers too). Both parents are fighting for parental rights. Fighting for the rights of the child. A child needs and wants to have a relationship with both parents. This pic represents an unfortunate reality for many fathers (and mothers). Shared from The West Virginia Father’s Rights Movement FB page: https://www.facebook.com/TFRMWV/
#509, 50-50 Custody!
Shared from The West Virginia Father’s Rights Movement FB page: https://www.facebook.com/TFRMWV/
Sometimes in divorce, the dynamics change and one parent is left out. This shows how dad is not part of the picture for this child. Three-fourths of the pic is mom and child with a bright sun, blue skies, birds, a butterfly, flowers and green grass. Both are smiling. Child is displaying an especially large smile. A small part of the pic is dedicated to dad. Gray-tones set the dreary mood with a few large blue rain drops falling upon dad. Grass is gray, one flower in gray in droopy. Dad is miniature indicating he is less important. Dad, standing on a mound of gray does not appear to be smiling. A very unfortunate portrayal of this parent. I wonder if mom knows how important the father-child relationship is to the emotional and physical development of her child.
#493, Left Out
A graphic representation of parental conflict for one child. Each parent seems intent in continuing their ‘unfriendly’ conversation. Neither parent seems concerned the child is overhearing the argument. The tape on her mouth sends the message no one is concerned in what the child has to say or thinking about this. Parental conflict is confusing and damaging to the child. How utterly sad for this child.