A Generation at Risk: Growing Up in an Era of Family Upheaval
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A Generation at Risk: Children in low-conflict households grew up thinking everything was OK, Amato said, and then the marriage suddenly ended. To them, the divorce was inexplicable. Wallerstein found similar effects upon children whose parents' divorces were not precipitated by conflict.
They were horrified when their parents met them at the door after school and said, 'We have decided to divorce. The moral of the story is that parents who don't have a combative relationship but are bored might want to ditch divorce plans to work much harder at their relationship.
Or they may want to pause before filing those divorce papers in hopes that their marital happiness quotient will spike. Some people just made peace with something that drove them nuts. It is best for the children if their parents can save their marriage, Amato said.