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Divorce does not make one a bad parent
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Divorce has always been one of the toughest things to talk about and deal with in our society. There are many misconceptions related to divorce that have been sabotaging the minds and lives of hundreds of people across the globe. The biggest misconception is that a divorced man or woman cannot be a good parent or rather is not a good parent.  Well lets the break the silence here and come face to face with reality. Neither divorce nor anything else can affect your ability to be a good parent. Your love for your spouse is different from your love for your own blood. There are hundreds of examples around that have proven time and again that being divorced does not make one a bad person, mate or a parent. Continue Reading →

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Getting a divorce is never pleasant, and rarely easy. It is often the most traumatic, and most expensive experience in the two parties’ lives. Much of the expense associated with getting a divorce constitutes attorney fees. These fees can often run into thousands, or even tens of thousands, of dollars. In most cases, an attorney is a necessary evil. Continue Reading →

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Getting a divorce is many times a painful and traumatic experience. Your plans for the rest of your life have been crushed or dramatically altered.  The person you once thought would be your partner for life is now going their own way, without you. No matter how amicable and agreeable you and your spouse were concerning the divorce, there are bound to be some feelings of abandonment and even feelings of betrayal by both you and your spouse. These feelings are often perceived by, and transferred to, your children. Continue Reading →

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Most couples have experienced times in their relationship where they were asking themselves whether the relationship was worth continuing, or if it would be better to end the relationship and move on. Human beings tend to be very sensitive, somewhat irrational creatures, and this is never more true than in the case of interpersonal relationships. Continue Reading →

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Choosing an attorney to handle your divorce is a decision that can have lifelong ramifacations and also a decision that can save or lose you thousands of dollars. It is also a decision that can have a huge effect on your peace of mind, both for “better” or for “worse”. One of the most common questions about hiring a divorce attorney is, “How can I determine whether this attorney is competent and an appropriate choice for my situation?”. The following question addresses what is usually the single most important factor in determining which attorney is right for you. Continue Reading →

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After going through the ordeal of the divorce process, many people find themselves depressed, lonely, and confused. The plan they had for their life has been shattered, as has been their faith in marriage and usually in the opposite sex as well. These feelings are perfectly normal, and with proper direction can be processed with a minimum of pain or difficulty. This transition will not be easy, of course, but it need not be overly traumatic or drawn out over an extended period of years. You can choose to repress these feeling rather than work through them, and spend the rest of your life without ever having another meaningful relationship or you can choose to pick up the pieces and use your experience to help guide you into a new and better relationship. Continue Reading →

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Divorce the horrible experience.  You spend quarter of your life with your parent the remaining part with your spouse. So you love them more and gave your heart and committed with them. If they want to break the contract of love, you will not able to change your mind all of a sudden.At that time you feel helpless and the situation is beyond your control.You can’t pressure them to show love on you. Because love must come from their own your pressure on them won’t give the real love. If they reject your love then there is no need of giving pressure. At that point you are pushed to be divorced. Continue Reading →

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Divorce a simple word which gives much pain. “Marriages are made in heaven” a wonderful saying.  Just think both marriage and divorce single words having extremely different meanings – marriage binds two hearts and divorce unbinds two hearts.

Binding is difficult but unbinding is very easy. Most of the marriages are ended sadly in divorce. Divorce is not all a good solution for the entire problem instead it escapes the people from their problems. The shocking factor is the family court is having 90% of divorce cases in total. Probably it is increasing every year. This is due to everyone thinks that divorce is the only solution for them. Every couple wants to take steps to avoid divorces. Continue Reading →

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Most commonly every couple will suffer depression after their divorce. Even if they want divorce before they realize their situation they will feel loneliness due to the despair of the other. In most cases they feel more depressed due to the missing of their lovable kids. Their some simple ways to be followed by the divorced couple:

  • Get Friends Help

Divorce is a difficult thing to face in life at that time ask help from your friends so that they can help you to get rid of that pain and depression. Don’t be shy or afraid to share things and ask help from friends.

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Most of the children dislike hearing the word ‘divorce’, but still most of the children around the world hear this word spoken by their parents. Some parents come right out and inform their children about divorce, if at all most children hear it whispered around the house. Also most children overhear when parents (father or mother) calls to their relatives or friends and know of it. Continue Reading →