Essay On Effects Of Divorce On Children

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Throughout time, people from all over the world have chosen to live together, or “get married”. Marriage is a beautiful thing, but there are some couples who are unable to maintain their relationship, because they choose divorce as a solution to cope with the problems between husband and wife. For a child, it is very difficult to live only with one of his or her parents. Children cannot adjust well during divorce of parents because the change is devastating for them. Although divorce can be solution to cope with problem between the husband and wife, it still has dangerous effects especially on children. Children with divorced parents are vulnerable to risk. Divorce affects their entire lives. Divorce of parents lead children to have problems in their lives particularly in education, resources, behaviors, emotion, and health.
A divorce of parents can lead children to have loss of knowledge, skills, and resources from parents. Those children with divorced parents are at risk of getting bad grades even dropping out school due to the fact that they have been alternating between their parents’ houses. When the children see their father fighting against each other, they feel depressed and worthless. Gradually, the feeling of depression and worthlessness take them to the point where they just do not care about school
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To illustrate, children are not old enough to take care of themselves. Thus, when their parents get divorced, children get less cares. Less cares mean that children will start do things that harm their health. At that age, children could not distinguish the things that are considered harmful to their health. Under those circumstances, children will start to eat less, smoke, and engage in risky activities, which will lead them directly to health problems. Children are vulnerable to have health problems during divorce time because of the loss of care they obtain from their parents during that
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