Split: Divorce Through Kids' Eyes

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Jonathan avatar

really good video. I do like how it is from the kids side.

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Nice it's from the kids side must parents can get stuck on there self instead of what's important to the kids.

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Did not apply to the situation in which the court ordered the video to be watched. The parents were not in the same house, and the kids are far older.

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Trevor Lee

Good video.

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Thought this video would be good for young kids to watch and parents of young kids. I would really of liked to see a video with kids that were from 13-18, I would of connected with it because of my kids being in that age range. They would have a whole different take on it than young kids.

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I found the video to be a very honest look at divorce through a child's eyes and would like to have a video from the perspective of a teenager's eyes.

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