Dating advice for divorced woman dating in bradford west yorkshire
Perhaps you worked with a therapist or attended a support group to ensure your decision was the right one.
Having made the wrenching decision, you’re experiencing pain, anguish, sadness and uncertainty beyond what you think you can endure.
You may be given advice to do everything possible to eviscerate your partner in court and/or get the biggest financial settlement you possible can.
Another may suggest you interview every rock-star divorce attorney in town, thereby disqualifying those family law professionals as options for your husband.
Three decades later, I found myself keenly in touch with that early experience.
Every decision I made…every situation my children came to me with…every interaction with their father was viewed through the lens of, My experience – and those of many divorcing and divorced co-parents in my coaching practice – has demonstrated that while the road is difficult, it’s possible to survive and even thrive during and after divorce.
There simply was no other way I could live my life with integrity.
During that time, you likely fought for your marriage and your family with everything you had.
Your kids are undergoing a massive rupture in their lives, which makes them more vulnerable and at risk.
At this tenuous time in their young lives, your children will be watching and learning from you more than ever before.
The first part of this post was written by guest contributor and parenting coach, Dana Hirt, who consciously set out to protect her three young children from the negative effects of divorce and in doing so, had a "good" divorce which paved the way to her own future happiness and the well-being of her entire family.
Dana Deciding to divorce your partner – especially knowing what a destabilizing effect it will have on your children – is probably the most difficult choice you’ve ever considered.