Three Ways Your Divorce Can Affect Your Children
Some researchers claim that divorce always affects children negatively, while others insist that it doesn't. But divorce is a big deal and it always affects children in some way, whether for better, for worse, or both. Here are three ways a divorce commonly affects children. 1. Misplacing blame Some children grow angry when their parents split up. This type of child may begin acting out at school and blaming his or her misbehavior, anger, and any other unfortunate circumstances on parents.