The Causes And Effects Of Divorce

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In today’s society divorce is just an everyday thing that just happens. Divorce is not a fun thing to go through. People who have not experienced divorce or have been close to someone who has been through it, has no idea how hard it is. Many people don’t understand the lasting effects it has on a human being, they think it will just hurt for a little bit and then it will all get better and back to “normal”. It doesn’t work that way. It’s sad how many people go through with a divorce without even trying to saving their marriage or just didn’t try hard enough. This essay will explain to you what divorce is, some statistics about divorce, why it may occur, the effects it could have on people, and how you could prevent a divorce. So what is divorce? …show more content…
Communication is one of the most important things in a relationship. Another reason for divorce is infidelity, when a partner cheats. Some reasons why new marriages may end in divorce are that one partner may feel constrained and not able to do what they could before. The expectations from each spouse may be too high, and there could be differences in cultural backgrounds. Another reason is that it could be because of the sudden change of lifestyle. Trust is also a big issue. Some may get too jealous and insecure, or it could just be that their personalities weren’t compatible. Sometimes people don’t think about these things because they are so in love, they just look over it. There are many reasons why a longer marriage would end in a divorce. A few reasons would be because of money, the relationship could be abusive, or because of addictions. Also, more reasons would be because of emotional affairs, a change in priorities, or that some friends may be toxic to the marriage. These problems could be avoided if couples communicated with each other. That is why communication is …show more content…
For the person going through a divorce they may experience anxiety, a drastic change in weight, metabolic syndrome, and cardiovascular disease. Some more effects would be substance abuse, insomnia, and chronic health problems or mobility issues. Those are serious things to go through for anybody. A couple who never divorced could live longer healthier lives than people who have gone through a divorce. A Yale researcher said, “ Being divorced and a nonsmoker is slightly less dangerous than smoking a pack a day while staying married.” That’s a pretty serious statement. The children in the family are affected greatly by divorce. Divorce can put children under a lot of stress and could risk psychological problems. A child whose parents divorced have a higher risk of committing a crime and living in poverty. The child’s education could be affected also, they may do poorly in reading, spelling, and math. They have a higher risk of dropping out of high school and not graduating college. The children may suffer more frequently from symptoms of psychological distress; the emotional scars last into adulthood. When those children become adults, commitment is a rollercoaster ride. They begin to have heavy trust issues along with a guarded heart. They may be bad at expressing feelings and feel like frauds all the time. They become very self-aware. They try to please everyone and always have a fear of abandonment. Relationship

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