If It's "Broken", Fix It
I know that everyone seems to view divorce as a terrible, troubling thing, that should be avoided at all costs, and that the "kids" are always expected to be distraught when their parents split up.
My parents split up when I was 12, and it was probably one of the best things to ever happen to us.
My father, of course, was determined that I was upset over the divorce ("because kids don't like divorce", he said), and would actually accuse me of lying when I told him I was fine with it.
Likely, my father doesn't know that one of the things that seemingly inspired my mother to leave him was my own confession to her that I couldn't stand him anymore, and wanted him gone. She then told me that she had been waiting to leave him for ten years...
I always wondered why she stayed, and often wish that she hadn't.
So, sometimes divorce doesn't make for a "broken" home, at all...