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made her happy. It was a good chance for her dad to be involved but he wasn’t.” Conclusion: As I said before, each divorce is different and each reaction for the child is different. However, the divorce can still affect the child emotionally and mentally. While the divorce will affect the parents and child, the school and the teacher can provide different resources to help the child adjust to new schedules. It is important that the only child does have support from both parents, other family, friends, the teacher and maybe even a therapist.
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Gonzaga 10 Bibliography Moisse, Katie. “Two Minus One: Divorce Drops Kids' Math Scores.” ABC News, ABC News Network, 2 June 2011, abcnews.go.com/Health/w_ParentingResource/divorce-impacts-kids- school-performance/story?id=13735021. Larson, Vicki. “Is Divorce Harder On An Only Child?” The Huffington Post, TheHuffingtonPost.com, 18 July 2011, - larson/post_2200_b_896909.html. Lee, Catherine M. and Bax, Karen B. “Children’s Reactions to Parental Separation and Divorce”. US National Public Library of Medicine. National Institutes of Health. May 2000. Web. “California Divorce Law”. HG. Org Legal Resources. 2017. Web. - california.html Shaffran, Michael. “The Psychological Effects of Divorce on Children”. San Luis Therapy. 2008. Web. - children.html Shemin, Vicki L. “4 Benefits of Being a Child of Divorce”. The Huffington Post. The Huffington Post.com. April 5, 2017. Web. - being-a-child-of-divorce_b_9522314.html
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Bennet, Dr. Shoshana. “Divorce and Kids: 5 Ways Divorce Benefits Kids”. The Huffington Post. The Huffington Post.com. May 18, 2012. Web. Leon, Kim and Spengler, Leanne. “Helping Children Adjust to Divorce: A Guide for Teachers”. University of Missouri. Web.
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