Why Do Parents Get Divorced?
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Relationships can be hard, and sometimes parents can’t get along. When they decide that the family can’t work, they may decide to separate or get a divorce. Divorce is tough on kids. You probably want your parents to figure out how to get along because you want your family to stay together forever.
Unfortunately, no matter how much you want the family to be together, your parents may still decide to get a divorce. It’s very important for you to know that parents don’t get divorced because of their kids. They get divorced because of the relationship between them. Because they can’t learn to get along. Kids are never responsible for their parents’ inability to get along.
Why Do Some Parents Get Along and Some Don’t?
Relationships can be difficult for some people. All people are different. They have different personalities, different needs, and different interests. Sometimes, personalities clash. Sometimes, people change and they grow apart. Some people are able to stay together because their personalities go together well.
Some parents are able to work on their marriage. They go to counseling or find other ways to get along. All parents are different, and there are many reasons why some parents stay together but others break apart. There’s nothing you can do to fix your parents’ marriage, and it’s not your responsibility to try to fix it.
You need to understand that your parents will always be your parents. Just because your parents get a divorce doesn’t mean you no longer have two parents. They will still love you. They just won’t be living together. Your relationships with your parents may change, and you may have to spend time with each parent separately, but they are still your parents.
Divorce is a legal matter, and you may get caught in the middle of a custody battle. A “custody battle” is when your parents are fighting over who gets more time with you. This is no fun for you because you love both of your parents and want to spend time with both of them. Try to remain calm and wait it out. This situation will get resolved in time.
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Feel free to visit Woodruff the Law Dog again soon. Divorce is not a fun time for kids, but you will get through this. Try to remember that divorce is never the fault of the children.