Some things can’t be fixed

Mister Rogers visits with Dr. Earl Grollman, author of books for parents and children about divorce, who helps children understand that some things – like musical instruments – can be fixed, but other things – like relationships — can’t always be fixed. What’s most important is to be able to talk about our feelings. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Prince Tuesday talks to his parents about his fears that their arguing was going to lead to their divorce. Mister Rogers reassures his viewers that when parents argue, it does not necessarily mean they are going to get a divorce.