Demetrius and Paula’s parents can never agree about anything. The longer they live together, the more they dislike each other and the children are becoming worried that it might be their fault. When they decide to see if anyone at school has the same problem they find they are not alone and decide it can’t be their fault. So what can they do about it? Paula has an idea, what if their parents get ‘un-married’? Their parents think it is a great idea and plan a big party to celebrate the ‘un-wedding’. Paula and Demetrius end up with two very happy parents who live happily ever after – apart.
Providing a starting point to encourage children to talk about divorce and separation. Reassuring them that they are not alone in their experiences, and parents can live happily apart.