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In 2002, a study of 2 500 children of divorced families who were observed for thirty years by Professor Mavis Hetherington of the University of Virginia revealed that the great majority showed very little long-term damage and, as adults, functioned well. However, of course, 25% of children did not do so well. Divorce can be the most devastating experience of a child’s life because it disrupts his/her developing sense of trust, security, and self, and understanding of fit into the family and other groups.
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