This divorce advice will help you manage and direct your anger in healthy ways. Let's face it, this is painful, and maybe even scary. Anywhere you've got pain and fear, you're going to have anger, suppressed or bubbling over.
Did you know that anger is the same thing as holding on? Think about it...the feeling of anger is like a fist, holding tight.
Likewise, forgiveness is letting go! You're looking for divorce advice, so it must be time for letting go, not holding on.
Problem is, divorce can be an infuriating process, so you're probably dealing with some anger. That's okay, just don't let your anger put money in your lawyer's pockets!
Here's some divorce advice for you:
Divorce is always more complicated and stressful when there are children involved. This divorce advice will help you to minimize the damage done to your children in the divorce process:
Get even more help with this important topic from this helpful article.
You are the responsible adult, and it is your job to take care of your children especially when you are going through a really hard time. If this is hard for you, consider telling your story and getting some help on this site. There will be other parents who will be glad to support you.
Yeah, but what if your spouse had an affair? Or what if they were abusive? Good questions. Here's the deal...you forgive for you, not because they deserve it. You forgive so that you don't pollute your own heart and mind with hatred and anger long after the relationship has ended. Learn more about love, anger and forgiveness.
Okay, I think that's about it for now. Take this divorce advice to heart, and you will save yourself some money and heartache!
Still looking for more divorce support? This excellent resource will guide you.
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