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  • Slide 1 - Divorce Journal You have probably known someone who has gone through a divorce. What were the positive outcomes of this? What were the difficulties they had to go through? Do you think they could have worked it out? Would it have been better if they did?
  • Slide 2 - “I’d Just As Soon Go” By: George Strait You say you want to talk it over Want to try again But there's no way of workin' out This love that we're not in We could talk and talk and accomplish nothin' We've tried it all before It's time somebody did some walkin' And I can see the door So I'd just as soon go I'd just as soon say goodbye There's no reason to prolong What we should just let die And I'd just as soon stop I'd just as soon end the madness Knowin' what I know I'd just as soon go It's not an easy thing to do Leavin' seldom ever is But stayin' just to see us through Just ain't no way to live It's hard for you to understand But we're better off this way I can't fake it one more night Or take it one more day So I'd just as soon go I'd just as soon say goodbye There's no reason to prolong What we should just let die And I'd just as soon stop I'd just as soon end the madness Knowin' what I know I'd just as soon go Knowin' what I know I'd just as soon go
  • Slide 3 - Factors Leading to Divorce The most common cause of divorce is selfishness. It could be selfishness with time, money, work, caring and communication. Other factors of divorce may be changing value system, physical and emotional abuse, religious differences or alcohol/substance abuse.
  • Slide 4 - Divorce Case Studies Divide into 4 groups. Read the case study and then: Identify the problems. Devise solutions on how to resolve them. Each group present their findings.
  • Slide 5 - Personal Problems Associated With Divorce. No one ever escapes from a divorce unscathed. Hopes and dreams are replaced with feelings of rejection, security, and a loss of self-esteem. The 4 major arguments against divorce are: Divorce hurts you. Divorce hurts those around you. Single life is not what it is cracked up to be. Staying married is better for you.
  • Slide 6 - More Personal Problems Associated With Divorce. Divorce people have more illness, more premature deaths, higher suicide rates and more accidents than those who are married. When we divorce we learn to doubt that any relationship can be permanent. Children fear that they caused the divorce and they feel rejected and alone.
  • Slide 7 - Coping With Divorce Dealing with divorce is similar to coping with a death. A person goes through three stages. Shock and numbness – one blocks out reality, denial. Reality – deep sadness and great sense of loss, depression and anxiety. Recovery – they give up their hopes and plans they had with the other person.
  • Slide 8 - What are some simple activities that families going through a divorce might do to strengthen each other?
  • Slide 9 - Divorce will not have the same effect on all children. The consequences vary, depending on: children's ages, family characteristics, level of family conflict, parent-child relationships, socio-economic level, mental well-being of each parent, maternal employment, and amount of social support. Some divorces bring relief to families while others leave the family devastated. Some divorces bring relief to families while others leave the family devastated.
  • Slide 10 - Effects of Divorce by Age Age Theme Symptoms What to do 2-5 Abandonment Sleep Explain custodial disturbances parent will return. 5-9 Displaced, School Discuss fears, Grief difficulties Contact with non-custodial parent. 9-12 Acting out Spying, fight Patience, love with parents. 13+ Relationship Independence, Communication, failure promiscuous encourage relationships.
  • Slide 11 - Adjusting to Divorce Parents can help children adjust to divorce by: decreasing conflict, relationship with parents, economic stability, and consistent visitation.
  • Slide 12 - The Major Challenges of Single Parenting Include: Day Care Issues Personal time Economic Stability
  • Slide 13 - Video: Coping with Family Crisis Video clip: “Step Mom” scene 3

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