Children are untroubled by divorce if parents share care

by ParentCo. January 19, 2016

Children who spend time with each of their divorced parents are no more likely to suffer from mental health problems than children of parents who remain together, Swedish researchers say. More than half the time, marriages fail. We're fallible humans who want the best for our kids. If divorce is on your horizon, focus on sharing care and studies show your kids will be just fine. Read the entire article: www.dailymail.co.uk


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