5 Questions Good Parents Ask, And 5 Studies to Bring Hope when You NEED a Divorce
1) Will my kids have serious life-long harm if I divorce? (No.)
2) Are my kids likely to have drug/alcohol abuse problems? (No.)
3) Are my kids likely to be suspended or expelled? (No.)
4) Are my kids likely to divorce too? (No.)
5) When is divorce good for kids, and when is it bad? (Divorce is good for kids if the marriage is abusive or high-conflict due to the bad behavior of one of the parents.)
BONUS: How much does emotional abuse, physical abuse, sexual abuse, addictions, and mental illness in the home affect kids? (It affects them a lot more than we were told. It can do life-long damage to their health as adults.)
All the researchers' sources and citations are shown either in the images, below the graphs, or at the end of the video.
Examples of 150 examples of types of abuse (physical, emotional, sexual, financial, and neglect) and explaining the term "gaslighting," along with many first-person stories, read Chapter 4 in the Life-Saving Divorce.
For a diagram of the Duluth Wheel of Power and Control and The Abuse Cycle, read Chapter 4.