Spoiled Children of Divorce

The “Gift” That Keeps On Giving
July 17, 2008, 6:56 pm
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Here’s a link to another article called “Divorce Doesnt’ go Away:  the new Wallerstein-Lewis study traces 25 years of the effects of divorce on children” by Claudia Miller.

“Few parents get divorced without thinking of how it will impact their children.  But what has surprised family researchers is how long the effects of divorce last.  The children in this study are now approaching 30.  Divorce has been a major factor in their experiences growing up, and Wallerstein and Lewis contend that “its impact increases over time.”


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Yes I agree that divorce as long-reaching effects on children. My partner and his siblings are an example — they still harbor hopes for their parents to get back together and tussle with each parents’ need to be favored.

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