Think About The Children
“Til death do us part”. Or irreconcilable differences, many people say this but only a handful stick to it Statistics show that 50 percent of marriages end in divorce. This rate is so high due to several reasons that lead people to divorce and this result affects the children involved because they suffer the loss of a parent which may cause psychological and sociological problems.
Divorce is a result of multiple things, but woman’s role in society has to be near the top of the list, along with infidelity, financial and communication issues. Women now have a say so in their marriage. During the 19th and 20th century women did not have the opportunities, that exist today. Many women could not just leave their husband when they were mistreated. With more and more independent women, they can support themselves, and their children Now women are not as dependent on their husbands, compared to earlier centuries . Infidelity, is also a leading factor in divorce rates. When spouses do not receive the attention they desire, they find someone who will fill the void. Once infidelity occurs, it is rarely overcome. Financial problems are a huge problem of marriages. Nearly half of divorces are due to financial issues. The most common financial issue in marriages are the choices being made with money. Last but not least communication issues. Communication is key to a successful marriage if problems are not discussed, they only get worse until the damage is beyond repair. All these issues, without a doubt contribute to the rising divorce rates.
Unfortunately the ones who suffer the most are the children. Now they are to live with only one parent, creating a void and lack of guidance that can not be provided by only one parent. The effects usually begin to show later down the road. As a child, it is hard to comprehend what is going on around them. Custody battles can effect a child dramatically according to research conducted by North...