Sunday, July 17, 2011

The (Sometimes) Surprising Benefits of Divorce for Parent-Child Relationships

By: Jonathan Weiler and Anne J. Menkens, The Huffington Post

We've said before that a general presumption exists whereby intact families are always better for kids than families of divorce. There are understandable reasons for this widespread view. Divorce often accompanies a range of challenges and problems, including a drop in living standards, the disruption of existing family rhythms and the presence, in all too many cases, of high conflict between the parents, putting a terrible burden on the children.

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