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What kind of impact do you think divorce has on kids and maybe even parenting I know I did not personally have to go through that as a kid but I did have I do have half brothers so my parents did have a previous marriage and I saw firsthand how it affected my brothers and it's not some thing that's like super easily talked about and I think it does cause a lot of like childhood trauma on top of everything else but I wanna know what kind of impact do you think it has on kids like maybe emotionally maybe mentally Maybe how they go about you not life in general if it happened to you or maybe if it's you know something that happened with you and your kids if you don't have a relationship with your partner yet let me know
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On the other hand, I do want to add that for many instances and people that I know, friends that I grew up with, had divorced parents and it actually worked out really well for them. I have friends who got divorced from their marriages and it worked even better than-
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It worked out even better than him being together so yeah there's a whole bunch of different family dynamic that could have different impacts they could have but what do you think is like the most maybe important or the one that stands out to you
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So fun fact when I was like 12 my parents got divorced. It wasn't really nasty. There was no like really big confrontation. It was just like hey we're going to separate households. Um, no, it's pretty much it, but...
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When it did happen, like I was fine in general. Like I had two houses to go to. I had two bedrooms. I had more stuff. I had more quality time with each parent. They both sink tappier. All that fun jazz. And then like five years after the fact Bye, parents.
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My parents got back together and now they've been together for another like 10 something years, but um That was a little awkward in itself because Everybody was like, oh how long have your parents been married and I was like a year Wait, what do you mean?
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Oh yeah, they're divorced. They just are back together. So they're like married but not married boyfriend and girlfriend. So that was just like a very weird thing to like talk about with friends. I don't know how the situation came up in conversation.
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Yeah, I can imagine that would be kind of awkward to talk about, especially trying to explain to other people that don't understand. But see, like, that's a good example to how it can even work out for the better. and then obviously they came back and they realized that they needed each other. So, I mean, it ended up working out.
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I think that is something that situational for most from the people that I grew up with like my friends when their parents for divorce a lot of them it all worked out fine but then some I know that because of how their parents were they would never want to get married today
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Yeah, unfortunately, I think that's a big issue because they look at their parents as an example of what a marriage should be like. So I feel like if parents aren't being responsible in that way and talking to their kid and having that open communication about about what the relationship was like and why it would or would.
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Why it would or wouldn't work that definitely affects the kids so I definitely agree with you
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I think for the sake of kids you should be very considerate of them. That's the reason why you put them to this world. So if you go separate ways, that's fine. But you should do it in a healthy manner, not a detrimental way.
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Unfortunately if things are not looking well in a household and divorce needs to happen it's better off for the kids I believe to be in separate homes put in good standing homes and as far as the parents
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It's worst parenting obviously communication is very important it's really annoying I have two younger brothers when it's 19 and one is 11 and my parents have been separated for about three years now and obviously I'm at home to live with them so
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At one point everything was being like, it was going through my brother, like the 19 year old, for the younger one. And it's like, no, you guys are adults, you guys can talk to each other and get it together, you know?
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So that's a good question. I actually grew up with separate parents since I was little. My daddy's still always working in the United States and we live with my mom in Mexico. So yeah, that was actually like really hard. It actually affects.
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It affected me really bad like I I feel like it I got depressed when I was like in fifth grade like I'm 10 years old and I used to like cut myself and I got suicidal
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And I ended up trying to kill myself a couple times so yeah it was actually really bad for me but as I got older I got therapy and I became a little bit more aware and then I got to know I got the opportunity to get to know my dad more
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I began to understand my mom and why she decided to get divorced and it all made sense as I got older So I feel like now I'm definitely in a more better mental state and I see it differently but yeah it was definitely hard in the
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