What are the causes of a broken family?

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Families can break apart as a result of a variety of issues including addictions and unemployment according to the Heritage Foundation. Other examples of these issues include financial problems, serious accidents or illnesses, abusive behavior and infidelity. Many of the issues can stem from either the parent figures or the children.

Broken families can have an effect on the children, of any age, who may now live in two separate households. The effects include behavioral issues in school, inability to perform well in school or partake in social settings, and delinquent behavior in society, possibly leading to crime and drug abuse.

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well, the main cause is a loss of love, when parents lose their love for each other. this is quite a common thing in our days, and there is nothing we can do to stop broken family's
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1. Make plans. Coordinate with your child's other parent about gifts and travel plans. Work out a solution that is fair to all. If the child is young and demands certain things, remember
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in the end when that surfaces it always comes to a bad stand
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As I understand it, there are 4 things that married couples fight about: 1. Sex 2. Money 3. Raising kids 4. Religion As far as other family members, well I guess they get caught up
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