Children and Negative Impact of Divorce

Very insightful article by Cathy Meyer yesterday on children and their resilency to divorce.

Ditto an article today in the HuffPost by Elizabeth Marquardt about the negative impact of divorce on adult children of divorce.




3 responses so far:

  • family counselling – Mar 14, 2018 at 3:28 PM

    Well said.
  • Dilla – Mar 14, 2018 at 3:28 PM

    my panerts have my panerts have just recently been through divorce; im 15years old &blame myself for everthng , i cried myself to sleep th whole time ths was happening and i have twins little sistes (4years) and theyr always askng wher their daddy is ; they dont understand ;i try tel them thd hes gone away for a little while and they start to cry, i carnt even think to imagine what they would do if they found out their daddy isnt coming back at all . i hate it . its too hard :'(
  • Shannon – Mar 14, 2018 at 3:29 PM

    First of all First of all divorce afcetfs everyone in the family, second in a lot of cases its better to get divorce so the child wont suffer a lot more with both parents arguing or the mother or father been depress all the time. In many cases depression kills. And third! i know many people that got divorce and got remarried and they are fine in fact my friend is more normal than me and i grow up with both of my parents.


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