January is the time to make resolutions for the New Year. But as anyone with a health club membership can tell you, most people give up these resolutions by mid-February. When it comes to your children, however, it’s important to resolutions that last. Newly divorced parents can and should learn from the mistakes of others. The resolutions below will help you avoid these mistakes and create situations that will help instead of hurt your children.
Not all marriages fail for the same reason. Factors are endless, and even studies published by major universities disagree to what the number one causes for divorces are. Nevertheless, there are some common factors that show up again and again that can lead to the legal termination of a marriage. What are these commonalities? Infidelity, finances, age, incompatibility, lack of communication, unhappiness and abuse. We’ll discuss these common causes for divorce below in no particular order.
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