What are some of the Emotions You Go Through During Divorce, Learn what?
I'm sure that depends on the divorce...all throughout mine, I felt only relief and a renewed hope for my life in the future. Though I'd been miserable for some time, I didn't take the initiative to leave until he stepped over the line...then things got much better .
When the relation starts breaking and one is not able to save it,it brings emotional feeling of sorrow. When a long years association ends in divorce and some of the memories of past clicks your heart, its another stage of emotion. When a woman is divorced by a greedy husband and she is left with no choice but to survive for the sake of minor children,the third stage of emotion will be there. When a woman has no issue and the divorce takes place in her married life, she survives for hope that her future will be a happier than the past.
you go through a whole spectrum of emotions. Guilt, Anger, sadness, grief,and sometimes even eventually relief. It's actually the most emotional event I have ever been through.
by Lori Colbo5 years ago
Why is it that when couples break-up or divorce, suddenly they are mean, vindictive, and retaliatory towards each other.They once loved each other passionately and never would have imagined they would behave like that.
by Nira Perkins5 years ago
When going through a divorce and the parents or a parent claims that they're doing what's best for their kids, are they really?I have to say that in some cases it might be true but not for the majority.
by Grace Marguerite Williams19 months ago
Do you believe that if people were intelligent & logical regarding relationships &/or marriage,therewould be LITTLE or NO divorces?
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