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Divorce is always bad for children
There are many factors in a divorce witch can be bad for the child. It depends on the kids age, how attached is the kid from the mom or the dad, how independent can the child be with only one parent. These factors apply on every family situation.
On this essay I’m going to talk about how bad is divorce for children by giving different factors that affects them and providing personal background.
When a child is very young, let’s say about 4 or 5 years old it can be very bad for them if his or her parents get divorces because the child can be much attached to the dad and most cases is the mother who keeps the child. So by saying this means that the child is going to go through tough times till he gets used to the idea that he or she is going to see the dad for only 2 or 3 times a week. Another factor that affects children on a divorce is how independent the child can be with only one of the parents. This factor can depend on how strict and how open mind could both parents be. For example if the child is living with the mom for the first 10 years and the mother has an open mind and is not that strict the child is going to act the same way as the mother he or she will be more dependent from his or her mom because they will be needing more advices. And let’s say the kid is going to live with the father for the next 9 years and the father is very strict and doesn’t allow them to do certain things, the child is going to have a different perspective of life and he or she is going to try to be more independent so that the father doesn’t tell them what to do. To conclude this paper I have given 3 different factors to explain how bad for children is getting divorced, so to prevent this is for the parents not to do that and try to get professional help and resolve each problem they have by talking and have a good communication with each other and specially with their children.

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