Children's Divorce Stories

Below you can find children's divorce stories contributed by children of divorce.

What Is Your Story About The Divorce Of Your Parents?

Please share your story of the divorce of your parents with other visitors. Children like you and their divorced parents will learn from your experience.

You could tell us things like:


  • What happened to you?

  • How did you feel?

  • What did you do?

  • What was the most difficult for you?

  • How did your parents support you?

  • What did not work for you?


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Divorce stories of other children

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Thanks to a dead beat father. I'm digging my own grave. 
For all my life that I can remember my father has physically and psycoligicly abused my Mom and me. At around 14 or so I left home and went to live …

Divorce Madness  
When I was four, my parents got divorced. But obviously, it wasn't simple. At all. Long before I was born, when my oldest brother was born, my parents …

My mother's lifelong divorce 
My mother had 5 children. When her youngest was 3 years old (and I was 11) she decided to work whereupon financial issues came to plague her marriage. …

Damaged Goods 
My parents got divorced when I was 8 years old. I was so malleable, so young, but old enough to understand what was happening. Truthfully, I thought …

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