- Grief of losing a person which was once closest of all will be really painful… However grief is a procedure not an endpoint.
- Another chief crash of divorce is losing friends. Friends may perhaps decide sides or even left you both altogether. Finding new friends can lead you to new experiences and a renewed sense of purpose and enjoyment.
- Married life often leads us to feel very stable & secure and we set long term goals in place. Divorce pulls that all apart. But it’s a part of life all goals are not meant to be met.
- Divorce disrupts the whole family unit if you have children, you may have less time with the kids or if you have custody, you may have to adjust to the level of support you now have. Again managing a family after divorce is a matter of being flexible and adaptable and it can be done successfully. By making your transition and showing how life can go on, you will show your kids a new path and help them adapt.
- Divorce is costly and divorced families are often more expensive to maintain. However keep in mind that money and happiness are not tied together.
Sunday, 4 December 2011
Divorce after Effects
Your mindset and beliefs will play a big role in how you adapt and succeed in your life after divorce. When you are in the middle of the divorce process, it can be hard to imagine a life after divorce. Especially a fuller and rewarding life… you will get past all the lawful, fiscal and emotional aspects of divorce unbelievably and things will eventually get better. Looking forward with hope during the divorce process will help you cope with the stress of divorce.
Don't Panic! It might be natural but it’s not productive. If you let it to control your life then it can lead to make life so thorny after divorce.
Troubles and Tips:
The factors that mostly emerge after divorce are:
Divorce is a process with an end and you can make it through and have an even better life after divorce. Divorce can present opportunities for new careers, going back to school or pushing your current career further. Divorce teaches us that life is disruptive and rarely remains the same. Many divorced parents have succeeded in raising good and productive kids under difficult circumstances and you can do that too.