Teen Divorce Stories


Here are some more video stories for teens.

 

 

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Information for Teens


Several students have been looking for material for teens so that we can begin to understand what is available to teens online.  Here is some of what we have found.  We are not recommending any of this material.  Let us know if you are familiar with other material.

http://www.wikihow.com/Deal-With-Your-Parents%27-Divorce

https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20070615234730AAbgo1I

http://www.safeteens.org/relationships/dealing-with-divorce/

http://nypost.com/2014/10/22/10-reasons-im-a-better-person-because-my-parents-are-divorced/

http://www.lifeway.com/Article/My-parents-are-divorcing-24-Hour-Counselor

There are many videos on YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=my+parents+are+getting+a+divorce

Philip Cohen: Short video explanation of divorce rates


Professor Philip Cohen (blogger of Family Inequality) provides a short description of how divorce rates vary by ethnicity, age, education and length of time married.  A good reminder that the “average” divorce rate doesn’t tell us much about the risk to specific individuals.  (just over 1 minute long).

Good summaries of what scientists know about divorce adjustment for adults and children


Two of the leading researchers on the effects of divorce on adults and children have recently given TED talks about their work.

Dr. David Sbarra, U of Arizona, Surviving Divorce, 9 minutes

 

 

Dr. Tamara Afifi, currently at U of Iowa, How Divorce Effects Children,  19 minutes

 

Caught between parents—


A Child’s Perspective on Divorce