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How Divorce Affects Children And How You Can Reduce These Affects

Divorce is one of the most difficult obstacles your child will face.  It has been proven that fifty percent of all marriages end in divorce.  How divorce affects children is different with every family because the parent plays a large role in how the children are affected. Here is a list of emotions your children can face and how you can help them pass through them.

They Feel Lonely

After a divorce, your children can feel lonely. Make sure to spend time with them. Give them as much time as they need.

They Are Always Sad

If you see your children are sad, comfort them. Make them feel we are there for them.

They Tell On Parent One Thing And The Other Parent A Different Thing

If your children are telling you one thing and telling to the another parent another thing, it could be possible they feel in the middle of both. Please don’t put them in the middle of you and the other parent.

They gain weight

Do you noticed your children are gaining weight? Check the food they are eating and teach them good habits.

I hope you learned something from the article How Divorce Affects Children. Do you noticed other type of emotions in your children? Please name them in the comment box below.

 

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