Cause Of Divorce In The United States

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(Amato and Kane, 2011) state “Nearly half of all marriages in the United States continue to end in divorce or permanent separation.” There have been many causes for divorce since whoever knows how long. There are a million different articles to choose from to get a better understanding of how Divorce has always been some sort of issue, Divorce seems to effect children more than the parents seem to realize. However, divorce can also affect everyone in the in the family it just seems like it adds up to a different problem when it reaches the children in the situation. The situation can effect children in different age groups. Younger children won’t really understand what is going on, they will just accept the fact of having two different houses …show more content…
There are so many causes of divorce. Many different things led up to divorce there are certain things such as age, gender and just religion. “On the one hand, divorce is accompanied by some disruptive consequences, including anxiety disorder, depression, children’s aggression and disagreement.” (Habibi 2014) In the article Causes of divorce on the marriage phase from the viewpoint of couples referred to Iran’s Family Courts shows studies of how divorce is on the rise. “These studies have described the causes of divorce according to cultural, social, economic, personality, demographic and life course variables.” (Habibi, 2014). The purpose of this article is to inform people about how differences in a relationship or just how you treat one another can lead to divorce. Habibi then leads into quoting “Actually, people consider marriage as a factor contributing to personal happiness. Therefore when ones expectations are not fulfilled, divorce often occurs.” Making it appoint that marriage is basically a piece in your life that you want to make you happy. People want their marriage to lead into a happy place and when it doesn’t it leads to unhappiness clearly and that takes a toll towards …show more content…
(2012) states “Among other factors, children’s resilience when parents’ divorce is related to their age and level of cognitive development. Children inability to cope effectively with parental separation can manifest itself in many different ways. Such as psychological, social, emotional, behavioral, and academic adjustment problems. ” This part of the article is saying that changing the way of a child’s lifestyle is making their emotions change for the better or for the worst towards the parents or just life in general. But the real question is do all these thing affect the same age groups or different age groups. Can you notice a major different in attitude in the age groups? In the article (DR. Gail Gross states 2015) “school age children (ages 6-12), parental divorce can negatively impact education. This age group is still in magical thinking they may hold out the wish that their parents will get back together.” This is the time a child really needs both parents in their lives. But since divorce seems to happen they lack the attention they need to be successful in school. They lack that communication they expect to have with both parents. When there isn’t a good amount of communication in a Childs life they seem to lack the truth behind what’s really going on. “Children ages 6-12 are old enough to understand that their parents detached from one another. It is here that

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