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The Ten Biggest Myths of Children of Divorce

 

Myth #1:  If parents are happy after the divorce, the children will be too.

Myth #2:  Very few children of a "happy divorce" experience that their lives were shattered by their parents ending the marriage.

Myth #3:  The negative consequences of divorce on children are generally superficial and easily overcome.

Myth #4:  The impact of divorce on children isn't long lasting.

Myth #5:  Divorce doesn't radically alter the experience and structure of childhood for kids.

Myth #6:  A child two years old is too young to suffer from serious long-term consequences from a divorce.

Myth #7: As long as a child receives love from and maintains contact with both parents, the struggles of the inner life of the child are usually minimal.

Myth #8:  Nothing about the way parents are affected after a divorce is frightening to children.

Myth #9:  Post-divorce families have all of the same features as intact families. 

Myth #10:  Most children of divorce aren't any more handicapped when it comes to starting their own family as children who come from intact families.

 

 

 

 

 


"Oh! why does the wind blow upon me so wild? - It is because I'm nobody's child?"

-Phila Henrietta Case  British poet

"Loneliness and the feeling of being unwanted is the most terrible poverty."

-Mother Teresa

 

 

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