One of the hardest things for children who are in the middle of their parents' divorce is adjusting to their new living arrangements. As frightening and stressful as watching their parents fight and argue over everything may be, it can be even harder and more stressful for kids to adjust to living in two homes.
Divorce is difficult for everyone in the family. The breakup means there will now be separate lives and households and new responsibilities. Your first priority as a divorced parent, however, is to help your child adjust to the changed circumstances as easily as possible. You and your former spouse can make this happen if you have a good co-parenting plan in place.