Although the show has fallen off its ratings high, we're told it's still very profitable, so TLC is taking a financial hit.But the network is not turning its back on the kids, telling us, "Supporting the health and welfare of these remarkable children is our only priority.Those emerging from serious relationships are often advised to avoid serious dating until their tumultuous emotions have calmed.Children who live in homes where there is domestic violence grow up in an environment that is unpredictable, filled with tension and anxiety and dominated by fear.Often getting through each day is the main objective so there is little time left for fun, relaxation or planning for the future.Children living with domestic violence suffer emotional and psychological trauma from the impact of living in a household that is dominated by tension and fear.TLC clearly did not believe her and cancelled the show because they felt she was putting her children at risk.TLC has shot an entire new season of episodes but will not air them.
If a rebound were to occur, it will happen on average about six weeks after a break up.
A rebound is an undefined period following the breakup of a romantic relationship.
The term's use dates back to at least the 1830s, when Mary Russell Mitford wrote of "nothing so easy as catching a heart on the rebound".
Apart from the emotional, physical, social and behavioural damage abuse creates for children, statistics show that domestic violence can also become a learned behaviour.
This means that children may grow up to think it is okay to use violence to get what they want and as adults that it is okay for there to be violence in their relationships.
The risk to children during and following separation is substantial.