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Avoiding divorce 'frenemies'

Sometimes it is best to avoid interacting with certain friends, loved ones and acquaintances during particularly sensitive times. Even individuals who care about you very much may do more harm in a particular situation than good. For example, if you have a severe migraine headache and cannot handle loud noises, it is probably not a good idea to invite over your sister-in-law who laughs more loudly than a fog horn blare blasts.

Navigating the immediate emotional aftermath of your divorce

If you and your spouse have decided to divorce, that decision is likely to impact your life in various ways for years to come. However, it is also likely that your divorce will impact your life most significantly during the divorce process itself and in the immediate aftermath of the process. We have previously written about how important it is to take care of yourself physically and emotionally during the divorce process. However, you may understandably be wondering how you can possibly devote energy to self-care when your emotions are so conflicted and depleted at this point in your life.

Learning from your parents' divorce before you divorce

If your parents divorced when you were a child and you are considering divorcing your spouse, you are likely concerned that your children will be affected by your divorce in the same ways that you were affected by your parents’ divorce. Thankfully, you have the power to change the way that divorce progresses and is processed in your family.

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