Talking to your children about divorce is delicate and should be appropriate for their age, but they definitely need a forum and a safe opportunity to express their experiences and ask questions. Children quickly blame themselves for the divorce. The only thing you want to use is what I call “the first things first”. “They ask questions about your feelings and experiences to make you understand that the questions are useful and welcome. Even if they are innocent victims, they need to have and feel the power of emotional expression. Brosh is a registered clinical psychologist and a certified holistic nutritionist who uses a combination of psychotherapy and holistic nutrition in his work as a specialist in divorce healing. Brosh appreciates the link between mental and physical health and the importance of recognizing this relationship in curing emotional traumas such as a divorce.