A new research has revealed that arguments and fights between parents negatively affect the behavior and behavior of children.
The research was conducted by University of New York and was based on data from 19,000 children who were born in the UK in year 2000. Gloria Moroni who led the research said that the fights between parents are more devastating for children than the divorce.
The children who experience fights between parents have higher risk of school dropout, having difficulty with other friends, face emotional problems and have higher failure ratio. This means that the affect of divorce and fight affects the children forever.
The research was presented at the annual conference in University of Bristol which called ‘Royal Economic Society Conference’.
But it is believed that the failure in education and professional life is not only because of divorce. Rather this is also linked with the financial and educational background of the families involved. As most of the divorce cases were found in poorer families the percentage among the children’s were far greater than national average.