Divorce Coping Tip for 1st January 2017

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It’s New Year’s Day and I’ve been wondering whether the winds of change have blown into your life.

I think it’s potentially disastrous to make resolutions today for the things you want, however, it is a perfect time to reflect upon the things that you don’t want in your life any more.

Abusive, neglectful, unfaithful, unloving, hateful, bullying and oppressive spouses need to watch out because the turn of the page into January often signifies a turn of the page for bad relationships too.

If you are looking for the perfect time to end your marriage, believe me, there isn’t one. As you stand at the edge of that emotional precipice waiting to kick off a pea-sized chunk of gravel that you know will dislodge other rocks and displace boulders, starting an avalanche cascading down the cliff face of your life, take solace in the fact that you are not alone.

The hardest part rests in making the decision to say it’s over and as you kick that piece of gravel, invariably, you’ll feel a weight lifting from your shoulders.

You may well have to clamber over those wretched boulders for a bit, but a new life, a happier life awaits you if you’re ready to embrace it.

One thought on “Divorce Coping Tip for 1st January 2017

  1. Bianca S

    Divorce is terrible and draining and at some points unbearable but I feel it was the best decision I have ever made. For me I depended on my family, some of my closest friends and online support groups, books, and divorce blogs. It makes you feel less alone when there is a whole world at your fingertips with so many others going through similar situations. I have to recommend a book I recently read that really opened my eyes to a lot of things (emotionally, legally, mentally) called “The Accidental Divorcee” by Laura Scott (http://theaccidentaldivorcee.com/). This is such a phenomenal resource for anyone who is feeling overwhelmed and alone. The author shares her personal story and stories of many others who went through difficult divorces and are now thriving. She covers a wide variety of topics such as custody, infidelity, beginning to date again, and even the act of taking off one’s wedding ring. I would love to hear your opinion. Happy New Year

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