Divorce and Children Editorial

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Have you ever thought how divorce would affect children when they grow older? Many parents that decide to separate always end up arguing at each other or they would do things that would make the child feel like everything is their fault. Doing this causes the children to feel uneasy and will make them lose so much confidence in themselves as they grow older. However, parents who decide to just stay together but are always constantly arguing at each other will have the same effect on the children. Parents just need to realize that the decisions that they make and how they decide to handle it will result in a consequence that may be good or bad for the whole family. Researchers say that everything that a child does as an adult will always reflect on what had happened between their parents when they were younger. According to Built by Larry Bilotta, children of divorce are at greater risk for having lower grades, higher risk of physical health and increased psychological problems. Also, Bilotta states that children of divorce are more devastated and traumatized by children of parental deaths. Because of this, I believe that parents going through divorce should take classes consistently throughout the years of their divorce. They will be able to avoid the typical mistakes that every parent do towards each other and will learn how to maintain a healthy relationship between the child and the other parent. Divorce is not always a bad thing and it is not always a good thing. People should just learn how to handle divorce appropriately so it would not have a great affect on the child.
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