Two-Parent Homes vs One-Parent Homes

Disagreements are a part of any relationship but arguments that turn into name calling are not. When two parents have unresolved issues that spill over in front of the children, this can affect children in harmful ways that leaves wounds to fester. Prolonged conflict can damage a child emotionally and breed stress, insecurity and loss of a child’s attachment to either parent or even academics. If your home environment is toxic to the point of yelling, degrading one another, pulling the children into your arguments or even turning physical, it’s time to do something better for your children, and that doesn’t always mean staying together. If possible, counseling is always the best choice. Just make sure to be realistic if you know that the relationship has ran it’s course.  -Miss Kris

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