Is it better to divorce or stay together for the kids?
Having said that, there is no reason to believe that staying together at any cost is better for children than divorcing. In fact, when parents who are unhappy together and engage in unhealthy relationship habits stay together "for the kids" it can often do more harm than good.
How does having a child affect the divorce rate within couples?
Specifically, (1) couples who have premarital children are more likely to divorce; (2) the higher the number of children, the more stable the marriage, but the marginal effect declines with the increase of the number of children; (3) younger children reduce the risk of divorce more than older ones; and (4) couples who
Should your spouse or child come first?
Partners Should Come First As it turns out, Circle of Moms members overwhelming agree that your partner should take priority over your children. "Children find comfort and security in their parents' healthy relationship," explains a member named "Good Day!" So, that relationship has to be nurtured.
How do I know if my wife is serious about divorce?
Here are some of the most tell-tale signs your wife is serious about moving towards divorce: She makes no effort to resolve conflicts and arguments. No affection or sex. Spending more time outside the home on career, hobbies or friends.