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Divorce is Not a Bad Thing After All Today the divorce figure is over one million separations but its rate is not high as it was in the mid-seventies to mid-eighties Nowadays one might agree that men are much more considerate about their wifes feelings and opinions rather than demanding and treat them as a birth machine like they used to Plus the communications between the spouses is much better than it was in the seventies The women are becoming more independent and decisive as Joanna Kramer from Kramer Vs Kramer by Avery Corman and Phyllis Landau in Taking Sides by Norma Klein These women are in different situations but shared a common goal they are both searching for their identity Joanna felt trapped in her marriage and decided to divorce and gives Ted Kramer the custody of -Billy Kramer After they are divorced Ted Kramer- Billys father has been taking over the roles of both Father as well as a Mother Where as in Taking Sides both Phyllis and Jake Landau mutually agreed upon the divorce and the two kids Nell and Hugo are living with their father in New York Later on they move back to live with their mother in New Jersey due to their fathers heart attack When it comes to being a parent some might agreed that a woman is better at taking care and providing comfort to the child than the man is However there is no fact stating that the man cannot be as good of parent as a woman therefore a man is as capable of being a good parent as a woman is Children do not need to live with both parents in order to have a comfortable and happy home because what is the purpose of living together if heshe will cause more problems toward to hisher children And sometime its better that the parents are living separately The wives in Kramer Vs
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