When parents separate, it is usually the hardest on the children. Even if it is not to the point of separation yet, constant quarreling often induces…

When parents separate, it is usually the hardest on the children. Even if it is not to the point of separation yet, constant quarreling often induces stress in the children. Some may think it is fine to do so in front of their children; however, even those who seem to not understand the content of the quarrels yet can sense the hostility. From a teen’s perspective, it is not the best thing to avoid the situation in front of you by staying out of the house or running away. If your parents are undergoing a phase of constant quarreling or on the verge of divorce, even if you cannot do much about it, it is much better to deal with it in some other manner. NRS is here to help you deal with these issues. Having someone to speak to will definitely help more than trying to deal with the stress related to the changes occurring in relation to parental problems so call our hotline and we will help you through.

– Vivian