But for those with divorced parents have you noticed any difference in effort someone is willing to put in to overcome difficulties in a relationship based on whether their parents are divorced or not.
Basically any of you reading this, have you felt that those with healthily married parents are willing to put in more work to stick it out or not? Are those from divorced backgrounds more willing to walk away because of cynical views, or are they willing to try and overcompensate for their parents failings?
Most Helpful Guy
Yes, found out that people coming from divorced families have a harder time committing and being there for their partner when they go through tough times
It is not something bad or wrong, so long both acknowledge this and work on it
There have been times when I've said to a woman that regardless of the difficulties she's facing I'll be there for her, and it was something they hadn't experienced in their previous relationships
Most Helpful Girl
My husband has divorced parents, weird thing is they actually were in the process of divorce when I met him. & His father remarried a year later. I was 18 and he was 19 at the time. I think a lot of factors play into how an individual copes with problems in a relationship. I do believe the younger they are when the divorce happens may mold their perception differently, than being older when his/her parents divorce.