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Likewise, the modality of listening changes which must be guaranteed in an authentic way, without this implying the attribution of any responsibility to the children of the choices of the parents or, in the most difficult separations, of the judges. Children need parents to contain conflict and do not bring separation to economic aspects that can interfere with emotional relationships. All forms of instrumentation and physical, psychological, economic violence must be avoided. The attendance of both parents must be ensured by ensuring their quality that is not only measured with time, but by being able to recognize the parenting ability of the other. Children need to be accompanied by both parents in growth. Parents who are responsible for sharing choices that concern them, support in difficulties, allowing them to express their feelings, often of anger and frustration, allowing time to process "mourning", respecting their times also in the eventual introduction of a new partner and in the adaptation to possible recomposed families. It may not be easy for parents to face all of this alone, so they must know that they can ask for help, which can also take the path of family mediation, which is important to be informed about. From all of this, the rights of the children in parental segregation have been enumerated, following a line that begins with the parents' decision to separate, up to the realization and definition of separation, in a path that has as its main theme the continuity of the affections. , the habits of life and above all the need to recognize the child's right to continue to be a child, to be light and carefree according to their age. The Charter is divided into 10 points, 10 rights, and wants to represent an instrument designed to protect and protect children and young people involved in the experience of separation, with a streamlined, synthetic, clear and effective language that can be used directly by them. , but with the aim of making adults and above all parents aware of the need to maintain the centrality of the child in the joint construction of the new family structure. The 4 Commission
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