Once you decide you are ready to move, it’s important to talk with your kids as they need plenty of time to adjust. As you all get back into your established routines and settle into life in the new neighborhood, expect to hit a few bumps along the way. Working through these emotions and potential hurdles often calls for you to set positive, healthy limits. If you run into a roadblock in their adjustment, reach out to a school counselor or therapist who can help them to cope better during this stressful time.
Want to learn more about the impact of moving on children and how to help make it less traumatic? Check out the accompanying resource from Move Central for further information.
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