Study of Parents Whom Divorce

1. Study of Parents Whom Divorce

 
1. How many years were you married before you divorced?
2. How long did the divorce process last?
3. What accounted for this time period?
4. How many years has it been since you divorced?
5. Did you seek the divorce or did your spouse?
6. How would you characterize your divorce (select the answer that best describes your situation)?
7. In the end, would you want to divorce this person again--given
the process and aftermath of the divorce process?
8. How did you factor in your children in your decision to divorce?
9. Did you discuss the plan to divorce with your children? Explain.
10. Did you feel you adequately discussed your children’s feelings about the divorce? Explain.
11. Did you postpone your divorce because of your children?
12. Did your children have a voice in the decision of your divorce?
13. How did your children respond to news of the divorce?
14. Did you work to avoid the divorce? If so, what did you do?
15. Did the children try to prevent the divorce?
If so, how so?
16. Did you feel equipped to respond to your children’s needs in the throes of the divorce? Explain.
17. Did you draw on professional help to assist the children with
their adjustment?
If so, why?
If not, why?
18. What were impacts of your divorce on your children’s life?
19. What were long-term affects of the divorce for the children?
20. Do you think that your relationship with your children improved or suffered as a result of your divorce? Explain
21. Did life improve for the kids following divorce?
22. Do you feel regrets for the impact of your divorce on your children? Explain.
23. Other related thoughts, experiences, or comments:
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