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Life After Divorce: Living with Change and Uncertainty
Writer/submitter Shelley Stile writes:

The universe is in a constant state of flux. Nothing ever remains the same. In this respect we are a mirror of the universe. Look back on your life and see how it has been one change after another laced with constant uncertainty. Just when you think things have settled in they change again. I remember thinking how my life had dramatically altered when I married. Then boom! We moved, we had a child and my ex got a new job. Our heads were swimming. We sat down and realized that this was life: a succession of one change after the other with absolutely no guarantees on our future. We just had to roll with it.

Divorce: Freedom is the Reward for Letting Go
Writer/submitter Shelley Stile writes:

The ability to move on after your divorce entails the letting go of the past with its emotional baggage and negative emotions. If you can accomplish this feat then the heavy burdens you have been carrying will lift and you will experience the liberation of freedom: the ability to move unimpeded towards whatever goal you establish for yourself.

The Real Divorce: Cutting the Ties that Bind
Writer/submitter Shelley Stile writes:

Your divorce decree is only step one in moving into a new life after divorce. The real divorce is the cutting of the emotional, mental and physical ties that still bind you to your ex-husband. This is the real work of divorce recovery: becoming a single woman possessed of confidence, self-esteem, an enthusiasm for life and most important, a complete break from the emotional turmoil that led to your divorce in the first place.

Family Professional Support Through the Separation/Divorce Process
Writer/submitter Gary Direnfeld, MSW, RSW writes:

Risk factors to determine the necessity of help...

Emotional Infidelity: A KEY Tactic to Save the Marriage
Writer/submitter Dr. Bob Huizenga writes:

Hearing that your cheating spouse is “in love” with someone else is devastating. I hear often, “I can handle her having sex with someone else. I think I can live with that. But, for her to give herself emotionally and “love” someone else…man, that is hard.” (Feel free to substitute the word he for she in this article.)


 

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