Why do people take vows if they do not intend to live up to the vow? Divorce has adverse effects both on the parents and their children in the future. Most children from divorce families have problems in the future, for instance lack of parental guidance, which might lead to behavioral, psychological, and academic problems. In addition, parents can develop health risks after divorce. People get divorce because they have their own problems, it can be anything, and if they have children it gets even worse.
Other behaviors that are common are refusal to spend time with one parent, becoming overburdened with responsibilities and other behaviors likely serve to meet the child’s needs, and feeling guilty. Children associated specifically with parental divorce have been seen with an increase in anxiety and depression. According to research this anxiety and depression is due to the divorce event specifically, rather than every day family strain; “immediately after divorce, children in divorced families exhibit more problems in adjustment
Attachment issues can cause physical problems, such as failure to thrive, as well as emotional disorders like depression, failure to form attachments to caregivers, or mental-health disturbances. The more times a child is moved, the less likely he is to form secure attachments. Between 33 and 66 percent of foster-care arrangements are disrupted during the first two years, reports developmental psychologist, Brenda Jones Harden in "Safety and Stability for Foster Children," an article published in the winter 2004 issue of the journal The Future of Children. Kids with attachment issues might be distrustful and suspicious, unable to follow rules, or appear to have no sense of guilt over their behavior. Some attach too easily to any adult that try tries to care for them, but on a shallow level and to meet their basic
Also, it prompts destructive ways of handling disputes, which ultimately leads to emotional pain. The instability adversely affects the adolescents as they mature. Teens in divorced families inculcate behavioral problems, which have significant effects on the incidence of crime rates. Children who witness marital discord are more likely to engage in criminal acts. A research has validated associations between exposure to marital discord and parental divorce while growing up and children’s psychological distress in adulthood (Amato & Sobolewski 2001).
Married couples encounter a lot of problems during their marriage, which leads to divorce and just accepts it as a way of life. Divorce is now a common act that people do when they no longer want to be married But during that decision making process parents tend to forget that it’s different when children are involved and the damage they are doing to the children and the psychological, social academical and emotional distress they will go through at some point in their lives. For this reason, we need to study the negative effects of divorce on children. Divorce causes children to think that they’re the victim or the cause of their parent’s separation; it will even cause children to think that their parents do not love them. According to an article Effects of Divorce on the family written by Fagan, P (2012) when parents divorce each other, another sort of divorce occurs between the parents and their children.
Depression can be difficult to diagnose in teens because adults may expect teens to act moody. At this stage, the adolescent may have symptoms of depression that they are unaware of and may not get help. Symptoms that could be present in adolescent depression include affecting sleep patterns, eating habits, and thinking capabilities. To be diagnosed with depression, the symptoms must be present for at least two weeks (NIMH, 2016). Nevertheless, some of the adolescents can get chronic depression, or other types of depression were intervention will help bring them out of their depression.
Family instability has negative associations with child outcomes. And these children are more, likely to drop out of high school as well as having low educational attainment and occupational status. Parents' relationships affect children and in some cases cause problems in their
(Co) In fact, it is also correct that grades have negative effects on students’ mental condition. Illnesses such as depression, cancer, etc, have a cause on the outcome of students’ grades due to absences. (Horton) If sickness is the cause of low grades, grades are inaccurate to measure their ability to learn. Grades can dramatically drop because 26% of Americans, 14 years old and older, experience mental disabilities such as anxiety and major depression (Ramirez). Shockingly, the main cause of their mental illnesses is because of school, including grades.
The face process weakness that those children have can cause those children to experience fear because of unable to recognize family and friend faces, which will eventually will lead to anxiety. They also lose self-confidence and may tend to isolate themselves to avoid any embarrassment. As a result, patient with developmental prosopagnosia will usually have fewer friends and will engage less in social activities. However, some patient social life will not be affected because their face recognition is not that severe and they will think that all people struggle recognizing faces like them. Finally, face recognition process will start at birth and disorders such as Schizophrenia, Autism spectrum disorder, and Developmental Prosopagnosia can impair it severely.
People with dissociative disorders chronically escape their reality in involuntary, unhealthy ways ranging from suppressing memories to assuming alternate identities. The parents also somehow become a reason for a child to suffer from traumatic events. The parents can help the child overcome the trauma