When Parents Split, Preschoolers Show Behavior Problems
by Moody Adams “Children whose parents split up when they were preschoolers have increased behavior problems, according to new research that suggests the timing of such breakups has long-term effects,” reported Sharon Jayson of USA Today. “ . . . The analysis of 3,492 children conducted by researchers from Georgetown University and the University of Chicago was presented on the final day of the Population Association of America's annual meeting here, at a session on family structure and child well-being.
Men and women who bring a child into the world have a responsibility to raise the child. When they break up the child can suffer.
This is just one of the reasons God says He hates “putting away,”
Malachi 2:16 says, "For the LORD, the God of Israel, saith that he hateth putting away."