A collection of portraits and personal accounts of how divorce has affected each of the subjects, Broken Circle: Children of Divorce and Separation provides an intriguing glimpse into the reality and diversity of how children experience divorce. Part of the Broken Circle Project by photographer Karen Klein, the book features young adults between 18 and 25 whose parents are divorced.
The stories shared in Broken Circle: Children of Divorce and Separation exhibit the varied experiences of children of divorce.
Each photograph is accompanied by a first-person reflection on their parents’ divorce, providing a voice to someone whose life was altered by a divorce in which they had no say. The profiles depict the diversity of divorce, demonstrating that children may have vastly different reactions to similar circumstances-even if they are siblings.
Broken Circle: Children of Divorce and Separation stands as a reminder that each divorce is unique and can impact a child’s identity in different ways. Reading about real children of divorce is valuable for anyone who has ever felt alone in their experience or for professionals seeking insight on the range of emotions associated with the process of divorce.
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