After a divorce, it is inevitable that you will eventually see your ex with a new partner. It is completely understandable that you will have a mix of confusing emotions when this happens. You may feel angry, sad, jealous, and betrayed, even if you feel that you have moved on and are no longer in love with your ex.
Archive for January, 2012
It’s an understatement to say that a divorce will change your life. Your living situation, finances, and social relationships will be dramatically different after you separate from your spouse. And if the two of you have children together, their lives will be flipped upside down as well. As parents going through a divorce, you will have to negotiate a parenting plan that reflects your new situation.
After deciding to separate and divorce the person you were once married to, it’s understandably difficult to consider keeping that person as a part of your life. You may never want to see or talk to them again, but it’s important to negotiate a new relationship with them, especially when there are children involved.
When two people decide to separate or divorce, they may not consider the levels of detachment that will be caused by their decision, because becoming independent is the most important thing on their mind. But once reality sets in, they will need to consider how their divorce or separation is going to affect the many aspects of their life.
When going through a divorce, it’s understandable if you feel like being alone, and that socializing with friends and family is the last thing you want to do. You might feel lost or that you can’t control your emotions, and you will probably feel unlike yourself. But you don’t have to go through this difficult time in your life on your own. There are many ways for you to seek help and support when going through a divorce.
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