Divided Families: What Happens to Children When Parents Part / Edition 1by Frank F. Furstenberg Jr., Andrew J. Cherlin
Pub. Date: 03/15/1994
In spite of the upset children experience after parental separation, Furstenberg and Cherlin find that most children adapt successfully as long as their mother does reasonably well financially and psychologically, and as long as conflict between parents is low. The casualty of divorce is usually the declining relationship between fathers and their children.
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