You and your spouse may have decided to separate due to a myriad of reasons. Perhaps those reasons have left you feeling hurt, angry, confused, fearful, anxious and/or frustrated. It is completely normal for you to experience waves of intense emotion in the wake of a decision to divorce. However, it is important that you deal with these feelings in healthy ways. Failure to do so could cause you to risk the property settlement and/or child custody arrangements that you desire.
Nearly all Americans are familiar with the phenomenon of the breakup haircut. This occurs when in the wake of a breakup, an individual chooses to get a dramatic hair cut or color change. After you and your spouse have decided to divorce, you may be overwhelmed by the urge to act impulsively. Cutting your hair will likely not affect the outcome of your divorce. However, other impulsive behaviors certainly may.