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Divorce or Continue Marriage for Child? An Important Question about Psychological Adjustment of Child

Nilgün Öngider Gregory.

This study focused on finding answers about an important question that parents are recently asking psychological professionals. This question has become more relevant in the last couple of decades as there are increasing divorce rates in Turkey and the rest of the world. Because of this reason, parents are asking the important question: is it better for our child to divorce or continue our marriage? Researchers come up with very different results to this question. They need to not only focus on the effects of divorce itself but also need to examine the quality of the relationship between the parents. Parents need to remember this very important point that divorce is not the only thing that effects children’s psychological adjustment by itself. So, the answer of the question to divorce or stay together is answered by the amount of parental conflict and the quality of the parent’s relationship. As a result, the ideal environment for children’s psychological development is living with both parents in the same household and having a low-conflict parents.

Key words: Divorce, marriage, children, parental conflict, psychological adjustment

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