• Alan Jacobs

Should I Stay or Should I Go?


Many times parents feel like it is their obligation to stay married “for the sake of the children” – but more often than not, that can actually lead to more problems and issues for the children.

In this excellent article Russell Frank writes that while parents may have legitimate reservations about exposing their children to a potential divorce, many studies are beginning to show that the effects of divorce on children can be short term, with children tending to recover quickly after the initial effects of the divorce dissipate. In fact, recent studies show only a minority of children will suffer long-term from the effects of their parents divorcing.

#Divorce #ChildCustody #Parenting

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