Text: Yu Ruiting (Social Worker of Taoyuan City Helping Professional Promotion Association) How should divorced parents strike a balance between the health and safety of their children and the maintenance of family relationships? From the discovery of the COVID-19 (serious special infectious pneumonia, new coronary pneumonia, Wuhan pneumonia) epidemic at the end of 2019, it quickly spread to many countries around the world in early 2020, and gradually turned into a global pandemic. Taiwan is going to (2021) May 19th As of July 27, the national three-level anti-epidemic alert was launched, calling on the public to reduce going out and gathering, and public and private schools at all levels have also fully switched to online teaching, which is nothing more than avoiding human-to-human contact to reduce the risk of infection. July Level 2 alert has not been restored until the 27th. Under this epidemic, how should separated and divorced parents strike a balance between the personal health and safety of their children and the maintenance of family relationships with non-resident parties?
How can I assist my child in meeting with a non-resident partner? In the face of the unknown fear and interpersonal alienation of the epidemic, can we still maintain a friendly and cooperative attitude and coordinate arrangements for children's meetings? On June 19, 2019, my country promulgated the implementation law of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. Article 9, paragraph 3, of the Convention on the Rights of the Child stipulates that wedding photo retouching services "States parties shall respect children who are separated from one or both parents and maintain a fixed personal relationship and direct contact with their parents. Rights. But those who violate the best interests of the child are not limited to this limit.” It clearly shows that it is the child’s right to visit and maintain a relationship with both parents. Children's loss of relatives and visitation affect physical and mental health From the perspective of the physical and mental impact of minor children: after the parents separate or divorce, if they fail to continue to meet and interact with their children, what is the impact on the children?
We often see in practice that children face the divorce of their parents or the change of place of residence, and the conflict between family members. In a situation that makes children extremely psychologically uneasy, it is difficult to focus on life and studies, resulting in difficulties in all aspects. Good performance and constant setbacks, but through stable meetings and visits, children can understand that their parents' love for them has not changed, and they can avoid facing high emotional pressure during childhood and facing the conflict of loyalty of their parents. Children can focus more In life, reduce the impact and impact of divorce on children and stabilize their self-worth. How to make two adults change their identity from "divorced couple" to "child's parents", and from "opposition" to "cooperation". Seeing the help of stable meetings and visits to children, from the loss of relationship breakdown to mutual cooperation and mutual benefit It is a very important issue to allow children to continue to communicate with non-living parties and to promote a good parent-child relationship. Temporary alternatives that take