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Study: Staying Together 'For the Kids' Not Always a Good Idea

Watch a video on how to help your child adjust to divorce.
Maybe divorce is best for everyone involved. Credit: Getty Images Sure, you and your spouse are constantly at each other's throats. You used to call each other "sweetheart," ...
It's how you treat your partner, not whether or not you stay together, that affects the kids.


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