10/02/2016

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The Politics of Separation It's natural to feel a great fear about the possible emotional consequences for children of the house might result from the breakup of a romantic relationship or marriage. That fear, however, is disappearing as they grow and reach a certain level of maturity. People such as Jim Donovan would likely agree. This means that many couples choose to postpone the time of separation or divorce until the children reach a certain maturity in adolescence, without considering that even then an event of this magnitude can have a profound impact. The effects of a breakdown on the children as they grow older, their understanding of the reality around them is becoming increasingly becoming more complex in its relationship with the parents. Here, in a way, they stop being single parents to move to a position of trust and complicity, more typical of a friendship that link parent - child. Thus, increasing the degree of involvement of children and their perception of the emotions of parents, being in many cases overly concerned about those. This is so largely because it is too often what is shared with them. The frustrations, fears and even anger at the former couple eventually entrusted to some children who in many cases may be seriously conditioned her relationship with her other parent. Although it is logical that they want to know what is happening and the causes of the break, trying to offer support at all times is not advisable to use them as a means to vent. On the other hand, disputes and quarrels so characteristic of many processes end up seriously affect the children, encouraging them rebels and rogue behavior so characteristic of adolescence. Some aspects that should be very particular in these cases a separation divorce, when a traumatic rupture in respect of a...