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Weekend Reading: Divorce and Children

By Kristin Davin @kristindavin

I hope they will work it out. Sad little girl leaning at the table and holding head in hand while her parents shouting at each other in the background

Why It’s So Hard For Adults When Their Parents Divorce (By Rachel Nuwer; YouBeauty via  Yahoo Health) You’d think your parents’ split might be easier to understand and accept when you’re older, but “grey divorce” can have an even deeper impact across the family than when it happens earlier in life.

A Mother’s Day Reflection: 6 Lessons I Learned From My Daughter (By Terry Gaspard; Gaspard explores how the mother-daughter bond changes after divorce—and how to help ensure it remains healthy and strong.

8 Things Kids of Divorce Want Parents to Know (By Brittany Wong, Huffington Post) Kids are smarter and wiser than parents think! You’ll find some really smart and helpful insights from adult writers who grew up in divorced families.

Here’s Why Dads Should Think Twice Before Arguing With Their Wives (By Taryn Hillin,       Huffington Post) Kids’ relationships with both parents are strained after overhearing an argument—but the tension last longer with fathers. New research suggests why.

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