By staying together in a failing marriage, parents are doing more harm than good. Statistics learned from scientific studies tell us that it’s all about the age of the child at the time of its parents divorcing.
The younger the child, the more easily they get over it. They haven’t had time to develop routines and can adapt to changes better. In short, they are not yet thinking as deeply or broadly as they do when they reach puberty and beyond.
A 1996 article in The New York Times stated, “…after 10 years had passed, younger children carried fewer memories of stressful events.”
Such children’s books on divorce can provide healing and help kids find the words to talk about their feelings.
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