The Impact of Parental Conflict on Children for Their Growth, Upbringing and Proper Grooming
Keywords:Parental conflict; Children; Spouse; Single parent; Grooming.
Conflicts often take place between parents. It impacts the kids emotionally and also the way they behave. Kids of parents who have conflicts face difficulties in excelling in life and becoming successful. Family structure plays an important role in a kid’s development. Intense conflicts result in divorce, separation and even in spouses living together and married despite conflicts. All these situations can impact kids’ grooming as compared to an ideal nuclear family living in harmony. Disruption in husband-wife association adversely impacts their kids’ communal psychological results. This can hurt on the grooming and emotions of kids. The adverse impact on kids is revealed in the form of sorrow, perplex, fright of desertion, blameworthiness, misperception, rage, faithfulness disagreement, distress, and anguish. This research was done involving the seventy-seven mothers of students who scored ‘D’ and ‘E’ grades in the selected 15 private secondary schools of Hyderabad district, Sindh, Pakistan. Mothers were contacted through the principals of these schools after the consent of the mothers. This study found that kids raised by two-parent status are more successful since they can afford kids better and divide responsibilities of home too. Furthermore, it was revealed that financially sound parents raise more successful kids than single parents.
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