Children give their most honest reactions to their parents' divorce
Several children of divorce took to Whisper, the popular app that provides an anonymous platform for people to share their most honest thoughts, to explain how difficult it really was to get through their parents' breakup.
Going through your parents' breakup might be harder than going through your own:
Supporting your parents through their tough time might mean hiding how you really feel:
A child of divorce might feel like inputting his or her own thoughts on the situation would be intrusive:
Divorce isn't always a problem -- in many ways, it might be a solution:
Seeing your parents in such vulnerable states can be eye-opening:
It's unbelievably lucky to experience an amicable divorce:
Sometimes, it's impossible to avoid the residual effect of your parents' divorce:
Feeling like your parents are mad at you when they're really just mad at each other can be heartbreaking:
Little things may remind you of a happier time: You might not know how to carry on your own relationships after your parents break up:
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