Separate Houses

Separate Houses

For the last decade, the issues of divorce and increased divorce rates in modern society have been a focus of public attention and discussions in all mass media. As a serious social problem, divorces cause numerous effects on our social life, especially on the young generation. Divorces cause a lot of negative effects, some of which are short-term and less harmful, but some can be very lasting and very harmful causing serious health problems, development and behavioral problems in children, leading to a lack of academic success, as well as the inability to feel happy and pleased with life. According to the latest statistics, children of divorced parents are less likely to finish schools or graduate from colleges with high grades, find a good job and be satisfied with own career or personal life. Parents who divorce always causes great impact on children, which can in no sense, be positive or inspiring.
  Parents seem to forget that children need stability and protection from the adult issues that can occur in their lives.   These decisions will have an effect on children for their entire lives, and parents cannot imagine the long lasting effects.   More and more children seem to be on the front lines of these custody battles between parents.   Are parents risking the children’s psychological and emotional stability by having the children on the battle ground of a divorce? Children are very flexible but they need parental help to recover from a divorce.
The court relies on what the parents are telling them as much as the other professionals and behavioral analysis examiners that have been assigned to the cases.   While some parents do not mind this intrusion in to their lives, children feel as if things are not safe or stable.   Parents will start to play “tug-of-war” with the children stuck in the middle. Parents who do not settle disputes over custody without the courts help will risk everyone especially the child being hurt.  
Courts will normally side for...

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