When parents divorce, children often blame themselves. They become angry and feel that they can’t trust their father or mother. Children may show a complete turn around in behavior and personality. Divorce is a perfect set-up for disciplinary problems because the parents are preoccupied in dealing with their own emotional distresses. The root of these problems is fear—fear that they will lose the “other” parent, too. The following sections provide some do’s and don’ts for dealing with discipline after divorce.