Protect Your Children from the Ill Effects of Divorce

By Rebecca Garland

As mothers, we know there is nothing more important than the well being of our children. Unfortunately, during and following a divorce, even an amicable one, children suffer. The separation of two parents affects different children in different ways, and in cases of abuse or hostile environments, a divorce might even have positive effects on a child’s well being. But in most cases, both parents must work very hard to overcome the ill effects of a divorce.

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