Scientific American: Divorce doesn’t really hurt kids all that much?

Could the usually purported truism of divorce and it’s impact on the kids just be nonsensical drivel? Well according to The Scientific American this sure seems so.  A new study released today shows that despite the initial feelings of anger, shock and anxiety during the early stages of divorce, children usually get over it pretty quickly (2 years according to the study) Could the impact of divorce on children be overstated?

Find out here: The Scientific American


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