Young children and dating after divorce
He goes on to say that, in cases where the parents do argue often, divorce can actually be a relief to the children because they no longer have to live with all the tension they had experienced. situation is truly unique and a myriad of factors need to be weighed such as timing, age of your children, safety for you and your children, financial ability to split up as well as other resources on hand.Here are some questions to ponder that may make it clearer whether your children would benefit from parents staying together or separating:1.What is being modeled for the children about marriage and relationships? What impact (positive and negative) would parents living apart have on the children?Consider the child's temperament, age, your finances, health, safety, and resources.3. Try committing yourself fully to the marriage for 6 months and see how that feels.
p=news1&id=530961In addition, Robert Emery, Ph D, who wrote, The Truth About Children and Divorce, does an excellent job of coming in from the two extremist views about whether divorce does or doesn't harm children and says the truth is somewhere in the middle.There are a billion factors (OK, perhaps a slight exaggeration) that distinguish these families such as culture(s), ages of children, socio-economic status, degree of tension in the home, and on and on.