Divorce and Children: Does divorce damage children?


This is a million dollar question, as couples fail to put into perspective,the ripple effect divorce will definitely have on children.

Yes, divorce always damages children, even adult children, especially if they didn’t see it coming.

However, being exposed to constant fighting and abuse also damages children.

Children are resilient, and most times, the damage is only temporary.

If possible, try to time your divorce because Babies between the ages of (0-2 years of age), aren’t affected much by divorce at all.

Studies show that 4 to 14 year olds are damaged the most by divorce, with the peak damage occurring around 11 years old right around puberty.