Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Break-Up: Scarlett Johansson Reportedly Files for Divorce From Romain DauriacCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Break-Up: Scarlett Johansson Reportedly Files for Divorce From Romain Dauriac

By Delaney Gilbride

In latest celebrity news, it looks like this is the end of the road for actress Scarlett Johansson and Romain Dauriac. Page Six reports that Johansson has officially filed for divorce after two years of marriage with her French husband. publicized that the news comes only two months after the celebrity couple had split, although the two had been spotted together on multiple occasions supposedly on good terms. The two are parents to their daughter, Rose Dorothy Dauriac, and the couple has kept their family life under wraps following her birth in Fall 2014. Dauriac’s attorney Harold Mayerson released a statement explaining that Dauriac “would like to move to France with his daughter and Ms. Johansson does a lot of traveling.” This will be Scarlett Johansson’s second divorce as she split with Ryan Reynolds in 2010 after two years of marriage.

This celebrity break-up will definitely be hard on the whole family. What are some ways to make your divorce easier for your kids?

Cupid’s Advice:

Although getting a divorce is undoubtably difficult for you and your spouse, it’s only that much harder for your kids. So, how can you make the transition easier for your children? Cupid’s here with relationship advice that both you and your partner will need during the divorce process:

1. Keep yourself together around your kids: Everyone goes through the process of divorce differently. If your divorce is hitting you hard you have to make sure you don’t show it around your children. Your emotions will rub off on your kids when they’re looking to you on how to cope; keep your emotions in check so you can help them in the best way possible.

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2. Be prepared to answer the tough questions: Your kids will have a lot of questions following your divorce and you have to be ready to answer them in a calm manner. Their lives will change drastically after you and your spouse split and it’s important to keep the conversation between you and your kids relaxed. No matter what happens, let them know everything will be okay.

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3. Let them know this isn’t their fault: It’s extremely important to remind your children that what’s happening is between you and your spouse and that they are not at fault. You and your spouse need to remind your kids time after time that nothing they did had to do with the divorce and that you will continue to love them unconditionally no matter what.

Are you going through a divorce with kids? Comment below with some ways you made the transition easier for your children.