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Effects of Divorce on Children

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The divorce rate in the United States rose steadily throughout the twentieth century. Prior to 1915, less than 10% of husbands and wives divorced. Between 1915 and 1940, the divorce climbed to almost 15%. By 1965, the divorce rate eclipsed 25%. In 1985, about 35% of all marriages ended in divorce. In the year 2000, half of all marriages ended in divorce. In 2004, almost 60 ...more
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Published October 6th 2010 by William Gladden Foundation Press
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Waln K. Brown, Ph.D.


Dr. Waln Brown was born in York, Pennsylvania, a "surprise" child of ill-matched parents who did the "right thing" and got married. For the next 11 years, they fought constantly, creating an unhealthy environment that adversely affected Waln emotionally and behaviorally. Rejected by his father for "ruining his life," and confused by his mother's obsessive-compulsive disorder of
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