Next, the child may lose emotional security. Child may have a weakened relationship with his/her mother and father because divorced mothers are not able to provide emotional support while divorced fathers spend less time with their children. The child may also lose family traditions, celebrations, and daily routines. Even adult children whose adult parents divorced later in life experienced the loss of family traditions and disruption of celebrations. Apart from that, child may have decreased social and psychological maturation for instance college students whose parents were divorced were more likely to experience verbal aggression and violence from their partner during conflict resolution and may have lower scores on self-concept and social relations. Child may be physically less healthy. This can be proven based on a study of almost one million children in Sweden demonstrated that children growing up with single parents were more than twice as likely to experience a serious psychiatric disorder, commit or attempt suicide, or develop an alcohol addiction. Children living with single parents are less likely to experience upward financial mobility. The fraction of children living in single-parent households is the strongest negative correlate of upward income mobility according to one study. In my point of view, I feel that the most dramatic impact of divorce rate is on the children as they affected the most in the aspects of education, mental health, violence and more.