Students Respond to Divorce in a Number of Ways

The California based Barna Group has released a study detailing divorce rates and found that as many as 33% of all marriages can end in divorce.  This can cause all sorts of negative effects on families, especially students.  Stress associated with the financial burden of school, combined with feelings of guilt or anger can be very detrimental to the learning environment. With such a high number of divorces, more and more students are finding ways to cope.  Students at the University of Alabama have come up with a few ways of managing their lives after divorce.  Click here to read more.


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Dr. Dana and Amy

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