The most up to date information about correlation between divorced parents and students first year of college has come out. Soria and Linder’s article, from the Journal of Divorce and Remarriage, examines and outlines the impact of divorce and how it affects a student’s success rate in the education. Soria and Linder’s goal throughout the research was to determine if a family divorce affects the first year student’s grade point average and the persistence to continue their education on to a second year. College students that have been affected by divorce may have... [+] Read more
Studies are now showing an effect of divorce and parental conflict in young adult’s romantic relationship. Divorce or parental conflict can effect on young children relationships in the future emotionally as well as physically. The study provides evidence that young adults are less likely to commit to relationships if their parents had a failed marriage or problems as well.
This articles purpose was to find the correlation between divorced or conflicting marriages and the conflict on young adult’s relationships. The study was based off of the theory that through observation... [+] Read more
Many figures in today’s society have been caught in an affair. However, while these figures were deep into their affairs, they had overlooked the situation and did not realize the effect it was having on their wives and children back home. When one admits to an affair and a marriage ends, there is a significant decline in the financial situation and the children’s well- being. It is a fact that children from two-parent families perform better academically, behaviorally, emotionally and financially. Regardless of the race or educational background of the parents, children... [+] Read more