Research from Resolution discloses thought processes of children experiencing their parents separating

Around eight in ten young people said that, despite their feelings at the time, they would have preferred their parents to split up rather than stay together if they were unhappy, a new poll has found.

The findings revealed fresh insights from youngsters aged 14 to 22 about the levels of involvement and amount of information they would like during a divorce.

When asked what advice they would give divorcing parents, one young person said: 'Don't stay together for a child's sake, better to divorce than stay together for another few years and divorce on bad terms.'

Meanwhile, another suggested children 'wil...

Jean Yves


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