Some people who are married together decide to split up and end up their marriage permanently maybe because splitting can be easier than fixing the problem. The process of divorce is painful and stressful including mutual blame-accusing and being forced to give a testimony on many of the details because the happy marriage had failed. The aftermath of a divorce is more painful, both for the spouses and their children. It can turn the whole family upside down and can seriously affect the mental health of the children of any age. It’s a case in which the spouses no longer love each other but love their children.
Men and women approach marriage and divorce differently. Women are mostly seen to be more emotionally invested in their relationships than men; the strong impact of marital problems and divorce can be greater in women as well. In cases where only the male is the breadwinner of the family, and the woman is a homemaker, the woman may find it very difficult to meet her financial needs after the divorce is done. Divorcees find it very difficult to escape from verbal and emotional abuse of society regarding their marital status. Healthcare professionals who handle both men and women that have undergone divorce need to be aware of the physical and mental health problems that can set in due to the stress or depression (especially in men) and suggest proper counseling if needed.
Children are highly impacted
Children in broken families encounter several problems such as a strong sense of separation, loneliness, a grudge over both the parents, feeling rejected and insecure, etc., as they get torn between both the parents. These feelings are very often made worse when the children are made to move from one home to the other or shift schools, thereby losing friends and neighbors. Even if the parental relationship had been bad, many children want their parents to be together again as it created a dilemma in choosing sides
However, the whole concept of divorce need not be painful as such for everybody. Not everybody’s life can take a reverse track following a divorce. If the risk for a poor result seems to vary based on how well people can cope up following their divorce and what married life was like before the couple decides to split up. While most of the researches carried out on the aftermath of divorce focuses on psychological and also financial problems that can lead to a poor life, studies examining why many people are often better off following their divorce are not so common.
Though the concept of divorce of divorce is painful proper Houston Family Law Attorney can make things move on easily.