In conclusion, divorce certainly brings detrimental effect on children emotionally, psychologically and financially, and the effects are long-term. Couples with troubled marriages, especially those who already have children should try all means to make the relationship work. In circumstances where divorce could not be avoided, parents should consider keeping the child out of the conflicts that takes place between them. A positive adult role model should surround the child at all times if possible during the divorce and the period right after the divorce to provide the child with good vibrations and support (). The child should be constantly comforted that he or she is always loved despite the divorce in order to avoid the child from developing a feeling of guilt that they had caused the divorce. As such, parents should put their conflicts aside and spend time with the child by doing enjoyable activities together (http://). The non-custodial parent’s support is essential. To help the child further during the process of divorce, its best for the child to meet a psychologist to discuss his or her anxieties, rage, and puzzlement due to the divorce as this will help ease the child’s emotional distress ().