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It is impossible to give an answer to this question which would apply to all divorced parents and children, but this chapter ends on the assumption that it is always worth trying to ensure that children do not lose contact with either of their parents after divorce.

Wallerstein and Kelly’s evidence suggests that, whether they were still in contact or not, fathers still influenced their children’s thoughts and affected their feelings five years after separation; they give a powerful picture of children retaining great loyalty to their absent parent despite many setbacks and disappointments.

Once parents have decided to split up they set in train a series of events and changes which are bound to cause pain and to diminish the quality of their children’s lives for a time but, despite the difficulties, the loss of one of their parents is not inevitable. Many thousands of divorced parents from all walks of life are

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