Name Instructor Course Date Divorce and its negative impacts on quality of life to children and beyond Divorce for both children and parents is a traumatizing event that not only is stressful but also emotionally painful. Divorce is a process that occurs earlier before and after the breakup of the parents. Negative effects occur early in the lives of the children due to the traumatizing engagements they face (Amato & Paul R. 110). These children’s Robert D. and Kathleen A. Camara. "Post‐divorce family relationships as mediating factors in the consequences of divorce for children." Journal of Social issues 35.4 (1999): 79-96. Hetherington E. Mavis Martha Cox and Roger Cox. "Long-term effects of divorce and remarriage on the adjustment of children." Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry 24.5 (1999): 5-55. Wallerstein Judith S. "The long-term effects of divorce on children: A review." Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 30.3 (2001): 200. [...]
Which of the three structural changes ( two working parents, rise in divorce, single parent families) do you feel has the greater negative impact on quality of life for childhood and beyond? Be sure to compare to the changes you did not choose and support your stance. At least 300 words and show a clear understanding of the topic. A consistent record of major posts can help if you have a borderline grade at the end of the term.