Divorce : The Effect On Children

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Nicole Halterman Professor Tausch CTI 102 D Written Communication 4 October 2014 Divorce: the Effect on Children In today’s society, divorce has become a normal occurrence. Married couples today are getting divorces due to many different reasons; conflicts in the marriage, a loss of romantic feelings, perhaps a spouse is having an affair, or other types of problems. Most divorces have children that are really young and due to their age, they do not have any idea how to deal with this type of situation. Most people know of someone who has dealt with or is dealing with a divorce. Children are the ones who are normally affected the most; they will have to learn to deal with their parents ' divorce at such a young age, the situation either affecting them in a positive or negative way. Although divorce is not a good thing, sometimes it can have positive outcomes: children being happy, parents being happy, and allowing both child and adult to mature. Parents that are divorced or separated can create a better environment for the kids. The children do not have to deal with the parents fighting or the tension in the household. If they are put in better and more stable environments it can affect them in numerous positive ways. If parents are happy, then more than likely the kids are happy, because the children look up to the parents. Better communication skills in the long run will help parents and children be more understanding with one another. Not many divorces end well or even
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