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How might meeting with other teens whose parents are getting divorced help a teen cope with a family breakup?

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-If two teens with the same problem (parents are divorcing) meet, they can help each other in resolving the problem. -If teens feel guilty, angry or disgraced because of divorce, they can have a problem with everything, with school with friends, and parents too. -Because of that, it is better to talk about the problem with the teen who has the same problem. -They can teach each other how to deal with divorce. -When you talk about the problem you can resolve the problem. -So these teens can help with conversation. -When teenagers see that they are not the only one with this problem they can start thinking about finding happiness and doing things that make them happy. -Also, they can support each other.

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