Some children may be at a higher risk of developing mental health disorders like depression or anxiety.
Children may experience sadness, anxiety, and confusion as they adapt to the changes.
Divorce can erode a child's self-esteem and self-worth.
Divorce can trigger behavioral changes, such as acting out or withdrawal.
A child's academic performance may be negatively affected by the stress of divorce.
Some children face an increased risk of depression or adjustment disorders in the aftermath of divorce.
Children with divorcing parents often develop the fear of abandonment and other unhealthy attachment styles.
Children with divorcing parents tend to internalize blame or guilt for the divorce.
Children may take on adult responsibilities prematurely, impacting their development.
The emotional effects of divorce can persist into adulthood, affecting their relationships and mental health.