Nearly half of all marriages in the United States end in divorce. The resulting stress and uncertainty can take an emotional toll on the entire family. Changes in divorce law that no longer require fault to be established have further lead to the increase in divorces.
Today, we discuss the emotional and psychological impacts of divorce a well as how divorce has changed throughout the years.
- Amy Morin, licensed clinical social worker, psychotherapist and a lecturer at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts
- Randi Cohen, mental health counselor and collaborative divorce neutral
- Nicholas Wolfinger, professor, family and consumer studies, University of Utah, author of “Understanding the Divorce Cycle: The Children of Divorce in Their Own Marriages”