Divorce Affects a Child's World
Elizabeth Marquart, author ofBetween Two Worlds
, shares a similar philosophy to Wallerstein. "While a 'good divorce' is better than a bad divorce,” she said in a Philadelphia Inquirer piece by Jane Eisner, “it is still not good. For no matter how amicable divorced parents might be and how much they each love and care for the child, their willingness to do these things does absolutely nothing to diminish the radical restructuring of the child's universe."