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Divorce on the rise... - New Vision

Divorce on the rise... - New Vision | English Topics | Scoop.it
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Sources in the judiciary attribute the 2012 decline in divorce rates to the Children and Family Courts handled by grade one magistrates.

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Christopher Pearsall's curator insight, June 9, 2013 2:32 PM

It is interesting how 6 months into the year with 32 divorces in total so far Uganda looks at their marriage situation as one in crisis.  It is quite a diverse picture from the U.S. where tens of thousands of divorces occur each year.  Yet blaming improper upbringing on the problem seems an old notion that people are often quick to jump to.  


A parent or even extended family cannot realistically control the behavior or values that some of the younger members of the family may have if those younger members do not accept the teachings and morals that have been placed before them.


Reasonable efforts at proper upbringing are what we can expect in today's more modern culture, but proper upbringing does not insure or guarantee adherence to the standard exemplified by the parents or grandparents or both if there are competing values being taught, shown in the media, or even as demonstrated by those around us who for whatever reason we may place a value on their actions even if they go totally against the family upbringing.


Mr_Nice24's curator insight, January 27, 2014 8:14 PM

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“Children whose parents divorce will experience a negative impact even before the parents take care of the formal divorce process.” Kim compared the progress of children whose parents divorced with children from stable families.

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Warring parents 'in denial' about effects of divorce on children - Telegraph

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Netmums survey of divorced parents and their children shows effects on children more severe than adults realise

Separate surveys of adults and children who have experienced a divorce found   that youngsters are three times as likely to have seen their parents   fighting as the adults realised, while significant numbers had turned to   drink, drugs and self-harm.

Children were also more than twice as likely to blame themselves for the end   of their parents’ relationship as the adults were to notice that they   thought this.


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Penny McIntyre's curator insight, January 22, 2014 1:03 AM

The impact of divorce on children's emotional development.