Divorce vs. Death of a Parent
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This paper researches the issue of stress in children's lives, particularly the stress of divorcing parents vs. having a parent die. The hypothesis presented and supported by the references is that many children of divorced parents live much more stressful lives because divorce is a continuing process and the confusion over proper parental relationships can continue into adulthood, whereas the death of a parent, if handled properly, is a one-time loss that can be partially mended by the introduction of other trustworthy adults into the child's life.
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