The kids are not all right. Will the ‘Raising Sextuplets’ children have to get therapy because of their parents’ bitter divorce?
Divorced Raising Sextuplets parents Jennifer Masche and Bryan Masche may seek counseling for their six kids because the trips between mom and dad’s house are causing the kids stress, Radar Online reports. “I think we’re going to start doing counseling now,” Bryan says. “It’s hard. They love being with me and my family, her and her family. They should get to be with both families.”
Jennifer and Bryan share joint custody of their children, around age 5, but the stresses of living in a broken home are wearing on the sextuplets.
“They’ve said they wished mommy and daddy were together. It sucks. It isn’t an easy thing to swallow,” Bryan says.
Especially when Jennifer married her lover boyfriend in a secret ceremony where her kids were present.
“When they came back to stay with me they were very hush-hush,” he says. “I’m sure she told them to keep it a secret,” Bryan told RadarOnline.com on March 27.
It’s hard enough living with divorced parents, but Jennifer and Bryan need to act responsibly for their kids’ sake.
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