Parental separation

Parental separation, may eventually benefit both the child and parents, depending on the family background and surroundings Parental stability, social supports, temperament, child’s age and resiliency which influences on the child and family mainly. The most dramatic impact of divorce rate is on the children. Firstly, children from families that experience a divorce and remarriage are more likely to drop out of school, disobey and break the school laws, abuse drugs or alcohol, and experiences emotional distress compared to children who grow up with both biological parents.Almost half of the children of divorced parents are found that having insecurity and expressed long term stress, where by it affects their social and work relationships. The child might lose time with their parent too. Perhaps, to build a good relationship between parents and children, a parent need to adjust their packed schedule and spent time with theirs beloved children. Thus, parents may not have as much emotional strength and time to invest in parenting. Although laws change from time to time , most children spend more time with one custodial parent and obviously have less time with each parent overall. For most children, this means much less time spent with their fathers. The child may also spend less time with their mother as she may need to work longer hours to support the family.