Divorce and its Effect on Children

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Divorce and its Effect on Children
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Divorce and its Effect on Children
Divorce has become increasingly common in modern society. According to data from Statistics Canada (2008), there were 71,269 divorces in Canada in the year 2005 which is an increase from 71,110 in 2001. A significant number of the divorced couples have children who are dependent on them and the children become affected by the divorce. Close to 800,000 Canadians with dependent children became divorced or separated from 2001 to 2006 (Statistics Canada, 2009). Children from divorced families are affected because of the impact of the divorce on their family relationships and financial status as well as the social adjustment that they have to make as a...
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