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Academic performance and the divorce process

As a parent, there are many factors to take into consideration when it comes to bringing your marriage to an end. Aside from issues that affect your own financial and emotional health, you need to think about the different ways in which ending your marriage will affect your kids. For example, some children experience challenges related to academic performance.

Fortunately, you can take steps to help your child through the process and safeguard their academic progress and emotional well-being.

The academic impact of a tough divorce

Sometimes, the divorce process is very hard for children, whether they are in the middle of a bitter custody dispute or they are exposed to high levels of stress as a result of their parent’s divorce-related problems. According to research published on the National Institutes of Health’s website, studies draw a connection between divorce-related challenges and academic problems. For example, some kids whose parents end their marriage are more likely to drop out of school. Also, a child’s grades often suffer when their parents split up. From sleep problems to depression and difficulty concentrating on studies, some kids have a very hard time processing their parents’ divorce and focusing on school.

Helping your child avoid academic problems

There are many different steps that parents can take to help prevent their divorce from negatively affecting their kids. For example, simply talking about these matters and providing your child with reassurance is often very beneficial. If your child lives with you, try to reduce stress and make the household more peaceful. Also, many parents find value in reaching out to a counselor for assistance.