Children and Divorce: Children of Divorce Will Learn a Lot

Posted by Cris Pastore, Main Line Family Law Center

It’s human nature, of course, but the good news is that children of divorce who are subjected to child custody issues will learn to adapt, and often, they end up with a wide span of social skills, that, in some ways, end of being quite useful as they enter adulthood. Sure, they can be less trusting in relationships, but on the flipside, they also learn resilience and independence, two enormously useful character traits in the workplace, for example.

I think Judith Wallerstein hits it right on the head in this article - if parents can find a way to move on from their anger and resentment toward one another- they can help their children come to view the divorce as a true life lesson, and help to manage relationship struggles from generation to generation. Read Article by Wallerstein

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