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Divorce And The Aftermath Essay

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In today's society the numbers of divorced families are rapidly increasing. Couples are becoming married at younger ages and their marriage usually ends with divorce rather quickly. The causes of divorce are numerous and the effects often last a lifetime.Some major causes of divorce are lack of communication, change in feelings for one another, and committing adultery. When problems occur within the family, the persons do not talk about the problems and instead hold in their thoughts and feelings, thus causing communication problems throughout the entire family. A change in feelings for one another, such as falling out of ...view middle of the document...

One major effect of divorce is the negative influence on the children. When parents divorce, the children become depressed and anger builds up. The children also begin to fail classes in school because of their depression from their parents divorce. The children are also bounced between two separate households and have no stable living situations. The father and mother have different sets of rules and the children have to learn which rules apply to which parents house thus causing more confusion and anger.Another effect of divorce is the change in lifestyle for either person involved. Each person has to adjust his or her spending habits to compensate for the single income. They now have to pay all the bills alone with just one income. Also, they no longer have the help of their spouse to do house work. They have to adapt to doing all the house work themselves or hire some help which costs extra money that they no longer have. They also have to adapt to living the single life again and that can be a major problem for most. They are accustomed to being with the same person for so long and the sudden change of being alone can cause depression upon the individual.When the parents remain married and constantly fight and argue it causes a lifetime of anger for the entire family. Even though divorce has many negative effects, some families are better divorced in the long run for the sake of having a happier life once they have adapted to the change.

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