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TEEN CONNECTION

Splitting Up

  • Aired: 12/15/2009
  • 57:34
  • Rating: TV-G
With unprecedented levels of divorce and the separation of parents who never married, more children are being raised by single parents, grandparents, relatives, and living in foster homes than ever before. A panel of young people and adult experts discusses the ways teens cope as their parents split up.
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