Yes, stability at home often equals your kid’s ability to cope in the real world.
The instability of family structure has become an increasingly significant part of children’s lives in the United States over the past half-century. Repeated movements of parents and their partners and spouses in and out of the child’s household could produce a series of short-term crises that might reduce a child’s capacity for normal development.
None of this is an exact science. Learned minds will continue to research family stability and how it affects the well-being of your kids. We could all use a little help. That comes in the form of Dr. Steven Sussman a noted New York/New Jersey child psychologist. Sit down with Dr. Sussman and discuss your particular situation by calling (908) 217-8106.