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They learn to cope with the circumstances resulting from divorce. Since all children possess unique qualities, they react to counseling strategies in their own ways. Their age and development phase counts very much toward their reaction to counseling. Moreover, the parent with whom the kids are residing must give proper care and attention to them. Although it is hard for the parent to resume a normal life (Berry, 1999, p.21), yet it is important for him or her to remember that they have to play double role for their kids now, both father’s and mother’s. The parent can also get them admitted in extra-curricular classes and activities like yoga, karate, swimming, and aerobics, so as to keep them busy. This will make them refrain from any negative thoughts. To make them live a healthy life, the parent should encourage them to spend quality time with friends, relatives, and neighbors- people who are one’s greatest “support network” (Heubeck, 2014, para. 6).
In short, raising kids after divorce is never easy. The parent who is going to keep the kids must show extra courage and strength so that he may be able to carry the financial and emotional burden of the children. Otherwise, children may develop many negative behavioral
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This has depicted marriages to be fraudulent, which has significant effects on society. When ending a marriage, compromise solutions are made with the collapsing structure of family life, which establish legally defined means of getting along and interactions.
The article also expresses the view that this impact on children has been exaggerated by the media and that divorce can also have some positive effects on the child. It also stresses that majority of children experience emotional and other problems only for a short-time which would eventually subside and they learn to adjust better.
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