No,when you divorce things change and your kids never get over it.They just will never get over it for the rest of their lives.
Yes it is, if the parents are actually adults.
Is it possible to stay in a loveless, unhealthy relationship without causing issues for your kids?
keep the anger blame and acrimony away from them and theyll be fine
Lots of couple have divorced amicably, limiting the stress it causes for their children. Children are only naturally still going to be impacted by it anyway, but it helps if the divorce goes through in an amicable way.
It's more damaging for the children for you to stay in an unhealthy marriage. The kids know you are miserable and they feel responsible. Also, your unhappiness is more likely to seep into the parenting. Many divorces, if handled appropriately, can result in well-adjusted happier kids. Go to a good couples or family therapist to help.
Not a good one. I know many who side with men. Regardless, bad marriages are more painful in the long term than a divorce. It's not about sides anyway. It's about the best interest for all.
Nope, it is traumatic experience for any child.
My parents did but I was very young. I think it depends on the age.
My daughter took it angrily, but son did seem to care.
Depends on the kids and how they feel.
how old are they?