It is a well-known fact that high-conflict divorces can have very negative consequences on children. Roughly 30 percent of all divorces go through a period of intense conflict, but for many divorcing parents, it can be difficult to recognize. It is important for those parents involved in a Florida divorce to be able to recognize and remedy intense conflict in order to improve the parent-child relationship for both parents.
Parental conflict during divorce and childhood difficulties share a positive correlation. This means that, as the level of parental conflict increases, the more difficulties a child is likely to have. However, what many parents may not know is that parental conflict has been proven to be much more damaging to the children involved than the actual divorce process itself.