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27
Yes, they should No, they shouldn't
Debate Score:34
Arguments:16
Total Votes:43
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Parents should stay together for their children's well-being

What do you think?

Yes, they should

Side Score: 7
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No, they shouldn't

Side Score: 27
1 point

They have to stay together. Because children will be sad when parent divorce.

Side: Yes, they should
1 point

Yes. Because when they devorce, children will grow very bad. And they become a adult, they will follow that situation.

Side: Yes, they should

They should always try to stay together but when they start arguing in front of the children, it's going to leave a scar on those kids, so, it may be better if the parents divorce in that type of situation.

Side: Yes, they should
0 points

Many parents around the world have their own children. They(parents) sometimes fight. Fighting sometimes is not a bad thing, and some children understand their parents. But, if the parents divorce, the children will get a terrible trauma of marrying and divorce. Boys can suicide or do drugs because of the terrible trauma of divorce. Divorcing can affect the children very hard. Parents should be together in the sake of their children.

Side: Yes, they should
pakicetus(1455) Disputed
1 point

Divorce was created because an English king got tired of executing his wives...

Side: No, they shouldn't
Sitara(11100) Disputed
2 points

Divorce was around in the times of Moses and before .

Side: Yes, they should
4 points

Children emulate their parents, consciously and sub-consciously. No couple in a loveless marriage or partnership could hide from their children the true state of affairs. Staying in a relationship like that will only teach children the wrong message. They are likely to grow up believing that it is right to make yourself unhappy. It is well documented that children of divorce suffer consequences such as self blame, etc, but in the long term it would be beneficial to show them that as life is short, it is not worth making your self miserable.

Side: No, they shouldn't
3 points

Absolutely not...if you are spending all your time and energy combating a bad marriage you have no time and energy to invest in your children.

Side: No, they shouldn't
3 points

If the couple really doesn't get along, I don't see how it will be to anyone's benefit that they stay together. Few people can fake a loving relationship 24/7, year after year. The kids will notice something's wrong, and the finding out that they're living in a fake happy family may well devastate them more than if they were told the truth from the start.

Side: No, they shouldn't
3 points

I am so glad that my parents got divorced. Not I do not have to watch my mother be abused by my father, God rest his soul.

Side: No, they shouldn't
2 points

it's not normal or healthy for a child to see their mother get beat up everyday, nor to see their parents argue all the time. I don't see how that would be healthy for a child to watch. If it's not working it's not working and they should not stay together not even for the kids.

The kids will understand that eventually.

Side: No, they shouldn't
1 point

For the first reason, the children might feel confused if their parents have different opinion on a subject.

Side: No, they shouldn't
1 point

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Side: No, they shouldn't
1 point

It depends. If their staying together isn't beneficial to the child, such as they argue, go at each other and can't act civil towards each other for the kid then the best thing is for them to have nothing to do with each other. People aren't always capable of keeping their poison to themselves and unfortunately it trickles down to the child.

Side: No, they shouldn't