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  • 1. Divorce Kelly Kang Family Studies Brian
  • 2. What is the divorce?
    • dissolution of marriage is the final termination of a marriage , canceling the legal duties and responsibilities of marriage and dissolving the bonds of matrimony between two persons.
  • 3. Law for Canadian divorce -child support-
    • Child support is not generally terminated when a child reaches 16 or even 18, however; the stage at which it is terminated and depends on the child ’ s own means of support and other circumstances
  • 4. Negative impacts on children
    • Children of all age groups tend to feel very scared and anxious during the divorce process. Divorce can have a long-term psychological impact on the minds of the children.
  • 5. How does parental divorce affect the children ’ s personality?
    • Stay away from any kind of social interaction
    • Becoming so immersed in their sad and lost world that they are not able to deal with the real world
    • Fear peer rejection and experience general feelings of fear during this time of crisis
  • 6. Ways to Protect Children from Parental Divorce
    • 1. Never argue or discuss bitter personal issues in front of children
    • 2. Do not involve the children in your fights or arguments
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    • 3. Always be there for your child in this time of crisis.
    • (It is important for you to reassure your child that divorce will only signify a change in living arrangement and not in your love for him or her)
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    • 4. Keep your child engaged in social or extra-curricular activities so that he or she has less time for engaging in negative thoughts