Grandparents and extended mediation of the family
Grandparents can provide valuable reassurance and have a vital stabilizing influence when children face major changes in their lives. Children need to know that they’re loved, that it’s not their fault, and that they have someone to talk to about their feelings.
Most grandparents do not want to be caught up in their children’s marital problems; they just want to continue to have a loving relationship with their grandchildren and to be part of their lives. This cannot be achieved unless the children’s parents cooperate fully.
Mediation can be helpful
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