Often the immediate reaction to being the dumped is to reach for the phone/laptop to send an agonised appeal to the dumper to think again. Not a good thing to do.
Relationships & Children
We look at your relationship life during and after the firestorm of divorce. We have advice about how to work with your ex to create a framework to allow for effective coparenting. It includes help for tackling life as a single parent and the joys (and difficulties) of getting your social life back together. Living as a single parent (or coparent) can be a scary prospect. If you feel ready, the wonderful world of internet dating is only a click away.
If your parents were divorced then research shows that you have a greater chance of being divorced yourself. If your spouse is also the child of divorced parents then that chance increases still further.
Getting the right balance between the time you spend together and your own personal space is fundamental to a good relationship.
Perhaps the biggest tragedy in the whole divorce process is the effect upon children, especially young children. The one thing that one can be sure of in a divorce is that you and your spouse will not be living under the same roof.
The clear and obvious difference between now and then is that before you were part of a system, a couple. Now through the long and often difficult divorce process you stand as a single bright star.
Nagging takes place when one person in a couple repeatedly makes an often simple request of the other who consistently ignores it.
They are both difficult and complex problems. The CEO of a business consultancy wrote about the complexity of modern business problems and how our problem solving skills were not up to the task.