Would kids be better off if their parents stayed together, fighting and yelling? Here’s how to recognize when kids benefit from their parents’ divorce:
A growing body of literature now suggests that the earlier we turn back the clock in kids’ development, the more profound the impact of their environment. Early childhood is critical—race and class differences in achievement are pretty much evident by the time kids reach kindergarten, for instance. Even what happens before you’re born turns out to have consequences for decades afterward.
Conley, Dalton. Recognizing When Kids Benefit from their Parents’ Divorce. Theatlantic.com. Retrieved on May 2, 2014, http://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2014/04/recognizing-when-kids-benefit-from-their-parents-divorce/284589/.
Article Writen by: Divorce Without War May 27th, 2014
Posted In: Children and Drivorce