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Divorce or Separation Effect on Children

After dragging the marriage for so many years, when parents figure it out to call it off for good and file a divorce in court. The children are the ones who are likely to bear the consequences most. It is like the world has completely turned around and things can never be the same after the divorce. Let's find out the emotional and psychological changes and their effects on children.

1. Apprehension About Being Abandoned
Being left alone is the biggest fear of children. They might feel that their parents no longer love them. Children may become depressed and aloof thinking about that.

2. Insecurity
Kids can turn out to be uncertain about the future. Mother and father will be fighting over kids' responsibilities. Children might show their trouble by acting mischievously or pulling out into themselves.

3. Chaotic Frame Of Mind
At times, divorce makes them helpless. Thinking about their parents' separation they get disturbed. In a chaotic frame of mind, they don't know what to do.

4. Anger
The level of anger in children varies. It depends on their separated parents' relationship, the age of the offspring, children's understanding, and the support they get from family and friends.

5. Feelings of Unfamiliar Family
Children need both mother and father. Under the custody of a single parent, it may feel like a strange or incomplete family. A parent does not remain the same after the separation.

6. Poor Academic Result
Youngsters from separating families don't generally perform well in academics. Single parents may try his or her level best to educate them well. But sometimes they fail too.

7. Changed Behavior Pattern
Kids from separating families may encounter additional issues, for example, bad attitude, rudeness, misconduct, impulsiveness, more clashes with peers, and imprudent conduct than kids from two-parent families.

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