About this episode
As in many countries, divorce is commonplace in Australia. A substantial proportion of divorces involve children under the age of 18, and for 5–25% of children, this comes with the added difficulty of exposure to high levels of parental conflict. Such conflict can include legal disputes and ongoing disagreements over living arrangements. Unfortunately, the negative impacts on the child’s cognitive, emotional, social and psychological development can endure not only throughout their school years but into adulthood.More
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