The Impact Of Divorce On Children

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I have always wanted to learn more about the impact separation or divorce can have on a child or adolescent. This assignment has opened a great option for me. This assignment required us to work in pair and carry research regarding the impact separation or divorce can have on a child or adolescent. And we will outlines how to minimize the negative impact. In our society today divorces is the most important social problem in our epoch, according to researched 34% of marriage ends with separation of the partners. Of which many of these families have one or more young children and teenagers, that learn to live with the problem of divorced parents. In reality every parents who involved in divorce has to suffer lots because majority of divorce…show more content…
In addition, young adult. Children of divorce parents’ can have some lasting divorce issues to deal with in the process of forming later love relationships of their own. (psychologytoday.com, accessed 2017) The impact of divorce does not only arise during childhood or adolescence, there is a big challenged when they began to form their own romantic relationships. Lasting effects of parental divorce can complicate significant love in adult hood. Some young adult are reluctant to commit because they have seen parents’ marriage vow broken and they don’t want to go through such experience in life. Even if they are able to be committed there is possibility of going out of the relationship, there will be discomfort whenever there is conflict, because of the dangerous disagreement that ended the parental…show more content…
Keep up a calm, positive attitude in front of your adolescent. Not that they can’t ever see you upset but the usual atmosphere of your home should be a positive environment. Create and stick to a realistic and normal daily routine. Watch for signs of depression and take seriously. Notice changes in eating habits or sleeping patterns or if they have a diminished interest in people or the activities they used to love. Encourage your teen to talk about her feelings regard the divorce and be prepared for questioning, criticism and maybe your teen’s might be disappointment in you. After divorce you notice your teen withdrawing from the family, having difficulty concentrating or engaging in high risk behaviours, seek for professional help immediately. Don’t wait until they make a choice that will affect them for the rest of their lives. http://www.patheos.com/blogs/e2medianetwork/2014/08/how-divorce-impacts-teenagers-13-18-years-old/ in conclusion From the point of view of children, divorce is a stressful experience because of the disruption of the home and its financial, emotional, and social costs. The adverse impact, however, can be minimized by realistic and sensitive attention to its effects on children. Although divorce changes the living arrangements of affected families, sometimes it does not end family relationships likewise sometimes it does. For this reason, marriage and divorce counselling should deal with the perspectives
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