Children develop wounds in mimind when parents get a divorce because they have to sever close relationships. Teenagers in the phase of formation of self-identity do not develop
wounds in mimind when they can understand what situation they are in and why parents cannot but get a divorce. Parents must help them form the right and healthy thought standards.
Teenagers between 13 to 20 years old must form their own thought standards based on their own knowledge and experiences through trials and errors.
Adults over 20 years old are in the phase of self-actualization based on their own thought standards. They may fail and despair in the process, but they reach their goal after making
efforts. Teenagers learn how to live happily with the right thought standards, and adults actually pursue happiness based on their own thought standards. Teenagers have mostly rights
and don't have responsibilities. They can learn and make trials and errors unless their behaviors damage other people. They can be protected by adults and the society even when they
inflict damage upon others since they are still in the process of forming self-identity.