Parental Alienation: When The “Best Interest of The Child” Fails

From  child in crisis

Because of our exceptionally high divorce rate, a rate that is approaching 57% of all marriages, researchers and professionals who support children became concerned about the effects of divorce on children. Various studies were therefore undertaken to assess the consequences of divorce on children.

One alarming statistic arising from the research suggested that, because of the divorce, two thirds of its children are subject to all sorts of mishaps, including drug and alcohol abuse, problems in school, psychiatric and behavioral disturbances, criminal activities, poor peer relationships, and/or adult difficulties with interpersonal relationships…

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