Page 9 - Charter of child rights separation
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1 Children have the right to continue to love and be loved by both parents and to maintain their affections. Children have the right to be free to continue to love both parents, they have the right to express their love without fear of hurting or offending one or the other. The children have the right to keep their affections intact, to remain united to their brothers, to maintain the relationship with their grandparents unaltered, to continue to attend the relatives of both parental branches and friends. Love is not measured with time but with care and attention. 2 Children have the right to continue to be children and to live their age Children have the right to lightheartedness and lightness, they have the right not to be overwhelmed by adult suffering. Children have the right not to be treated as adults, not to become the confidants or friends of their parents, not to have to support or console them. Children have the right to feel protected and reassured, comforted and supported by their parents in coping with changes in separation. 5
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