By Elizabeth M. Ellis
Whilst mom and dad divorce, young ones are the most important losers. This new e-book will provide either psychological health and wellbeing and lawyers the professional tell ation they should support households navigate this grave ordeal and improv e the end result for hurting teenagers. Elizabeth Ellis presents invaluabl e, research-based information on all levels of divorce situations, starting w ith the symptoms of a failing marriage and finishing with post-divor ce clash surrounding baby custody. Written in an available and en gaging variety, every one bankruptcy encompasses a particular case research that vividly depicts difficulties universal to divorcing households and contains medical g uidelines and choice bushes for interventions.
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Extra resources for Divorce Wars: Interventions with Families in Conflict
The girls from divorced families had weaker relationships with their fathers, and poor relationships were associated with poorer adjustment at the 10-year mark. Whereas 50% of the girls had a good relationship with their fathers at the time of the marital breakup, only 18% did 10 years later. Girls who were the most likely to sustain a good relationship with their fathers were those who were the youngest at the time of the divorce (Wallerstein & Corbin, 1989). A t the 10-year mark, Wallerstein (1991; Wallerstein & Blakeslee, 1989) also found that many of the young women who had done well when they were younger experienced a sleeper effect as they moved into late adolescence.
Glenn and Kramer (1987) found that adult children of divorce married at the same high rates as those from intact or widowed homes; what they did not seem to have was a commitment to marriage. Glenn and Kramer concluded that, as a group, these young adults often threw themselves into marriage, hoping for the best yet expecting the worst. It seemed that they often felt a need to minimize their expected failure by holding back their full commitment to the marriage. As did the researchers who studied adolescents and young adults, N.
British psychiatrist Michael Rutter conducted a well-known series of studies in the late 1960s-now known as the “Isle of Wight” studies-on children who were separated from their parents. An island is an ideal place for studying child development because it is a stable society, and researchers can easily obtain needed information from the courts and schools and track the children over a period of years (see Rutter, 1971, 1987; Rutter, Tizard, Yule, Graham, & Whitmore, 1976). Seeking to determine if short-term and long-term separations from mothers and fathers were as harmful as prevailing attitudes held them to be, Rutter (1971) found that short separations of a few weeks or months, when a parent was ill or away, had no effect on long-term adjustment in children.
Divorce Wars: Interventions with Families in Conflict by Elizabeth M. Ellis