Having a complete solid family contributes a lot in someone's personality.
It leaves children struggling emotionally. Anger and sadness are normal, regardless of your child’s age – even if they are adults!
Sadness can lead to isolation, loneliness, and social difficulties.
Children may also under perform academically as a result of their parent’s break-up.
It is natural for couples to have a fight. However, whenever a husband and wife are fighting over a third party, it is not just them who suffer the consequences.
Their children are usually more affected.
Some couples ends up in separation and it's a heartbreaking experience for a child.
Like on this video, an 8- year-old kid wrote a letter to the mistress of her father. She expressed the suffering she and her mom experienced because of the forbidden relationship the mistress had with her dad.
Don’t let daddy I wrote this letter, he may be angry with me. Mom told us we shouldn’t hate anyone, but I can’t help not hating you. I just wanted to ask you a favor; get away from our lives.
Got lost his job because of you, we had to sell our house to pay the bills. Without a job, there was no money for food for me and mom. I could say she went hungry so many times so I could eat. When I fell off my bike, I really wanted dad to act but he was of you.
You didn’t let him go to my graduation day or my day’s presentation; I was up upset about that. After dad met you, he would come back home after midnight, what the hell are you doing?
He started hurting mom; at first with words then he used his belt. We had to huddle the neighbors when it happened, otherwise, we will be the ones hit. As I grew up, he started seeing me as a punching bag when there were not any toys for him to break. I don’t know what you tell him, but he has changed so much. I just want you to know that mom wants the old dad back, the man she married. Please stay away from him and let us be happy again. I hope you understand me.
Parents should be responsible and unselfish to think the welfare of their kids always. Share to spread this as a reminder.