Monday, October 15, 2018 |
Department: Home Front —
Topic: Family —
The Good Divorce Myth
The Facts Reveal What's Best for Children
by Marcia Segelstein
TIME magazine recently featured an article called "Maybe It's Time to Stop Making Fun of 'Conscious Uncoupling,'" referring to Gwyneth Paltrow's kinder, gentler term for her divorce from husband Chris Martin. Calling it a "new collaborative vibe," author Susanna Schrobsdorff described the efforts of divorcing couples to get along with each other and to commit to good "co-parenting." Or, in a nutshell, "to achieve the coveted Good Divorce."
But there's strong evidence that there is no such thing . . .
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