What Are The Negative Effects Of Divorce

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Is marriage reliable? How many people still believe in the love that “till death do us apart”? Based on the fact that more and more people are getting divorced nowadays, it seems like the vow is just one step of the legal processes to legalize a marriage. Researches showed that half of marriages in America ended in divorces (citation), and there were several factors including age, education and social class which could predict the outcome of a marriage (citation). A study proved that being in a long and un-happy relationship could have negative effects on well-being such as people who have low-quality married most likely to have lower self-esteem and happiness overall (citation). Thus, the consequences of divorce had hard impacts on the …show more content…
Half of the 2.1 million marriages ended in divorce in July 2009 and influencing over one million children in United State each year (citation). This enormous numbers indicated that there were various children whose parent separated at younger age were desperately to cope and move on with the stressful and trauma situation (citation). The strong impact could last them a life time, and several studies has shown that: Children are exposed to stressful risks and events when parents divorce, including high conflict, lost relationships, and remarriage, which can result in the development of externalizing or internalizing disorders. (citation) Moreover, many psychologists proved that adult children with divorced parent tend to have relationship issues. Studies showed that “ adults who grew up in divorced families are twice as likely to get divorced as others, and three times more likely if both partners came from divorced homes”( citation). Since missing the quality ingredients such as love from the parent, financial stability, and protection, that’s why they feel insecure in relationships and will eventually end up with partners who have the same negative personalities of their parents. …show more content…
First, the couples do not sure if the marriages would last, and how would life be to live with another person? Therefore, cohabitation is encouraged and has strongly support from the young people. Through the cohabitation, relationships could be tested and the couple could learn to live and take care another person. Second, not everyone could effort the cost of a wedding. It could cost a fortune for someone who does not have a wealthy background. And finally, a horror whose name “divorce”, a research showed that there are over forty-five percent of marriages end in divorce nowadays in the US, and “ forty percent of children will experience their parents’ divorce, with about 80 percent of them placed primarily in the physical custody of their biological mother”.

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