One of the most hurtful aspects of life is divorce. I have lost a wife and son to AIDS and the process of divorce, involving my children, was more painful.
Yet, divorce does not have to be all that painful. Ms. Madisyn Taylor does a good job to provide some insight into a alternative to a messy divorce.
Good luck to you in your divorce. Maybe you can share this article?
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|Divorce With Grace|
If you are experiencing divorce, look into your inner heart for guidance and surround yourself with loving friends.
Divorce is a process that, once in motion, becomes difficult to stop, and this can be painful if we find ourselves having second thoughts. We may feel that we should do more to save the marriage, or we may wonder if there is something about ourselves that we could fix or change instead of going through with this painful separation. On the other hand, we may be seeing in hindsight that our marriage was truly only meant to last for a short time so that we could learn something we needed to know. Whatever the case, we need friends who will allow us to linger in confusion when we don’t have the answers and who will support us whether we find ways to reconcile and stay married or whether we walk away.
Of course, the most essential ally we have lives inside our hearts and speaks to us from within. We can trust this inner guide to help us choose people who will support us in kind and loving ways as we navigate the rough terrain of confusion and loss. Sometimes all we can do is look to the horizon, remembering that we will get through this time, and no matter what happens we will once again feel whole.