Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Reality and hope

From an interview with the Alison Clarke-Stewart and Cornelia Brentano, co-authors of Divorce: Causes and Consequences.

"That was one of the surprising things in the literature and also in our conversations with the students taking our class, that parents don't seem to realize how much their children are suffering."

"There's no totally painless way for children to experience their parents splitting up. But it can be over, and they can learn from it and they can recover."


Chris Beason said...

Passing through from CWO. You have a great blog, I'll definitely be back to visit!

In His Love,

Kristine said...

Thanks for visiting Annette!