There is no question that divorce is one of the hardest things that anyone can go through. It seems at times that that is not the worst part. ‘Divorce shaming’ is a phenomena that a lot of us go through due to nosy people, whispers from other families when they think you can’t hear, and those ‘well meaning’ old biddies. Next time you see someone who is going through this, instead of being part of the problem, give that person and encouraging word and a show of support. Goodness knows it will be more welcome than grilling them for information that is not your business, anyway.
Being a child of divorce can be really difficult. There are a few things parents can do to help their kids cope with the separation. Children should not hear one parent say mean things about the other. Saying negative things in front of the things can be very damaging! Furthermore, it’s important to avoid fighting in front of the kids. Take into consideration how the children feel. Listen to them! Also, don’t rush a new relationship and give your child time to adjust. Lastly, avoid displaying too much sadness or anger in front of your kids because it can cause hurt feelings on their end.
There are many things that couples do that can help or hurt their relationship. Most things that hurt a relationship are due to a lack of communication and mismatched priorities. The expectations of a relationship can change over time and will effect the relationship going forward.
After a series of dramatic events between Amber Heard and her now ex husband, Johnny Depp, it is clear that Amber Heard was clearing not marrying (or divorcing) for money. After the social media backlash Heard had faced for tweeting out pictures of her bruised face, many claimed to call her a gold digger and that she was just blackmail Depp. Upon receiving her divorce settlement, Heard proved the internet community wrong and raised into question the authenticity of the abuse claims made against Depp by donating away her entire compensation.
The Cure for the Pain is in the Pain – Remi are no truer words spoken. Regardless of what life throws at you, you have to be positive in both the highs and lows of every situation. There are no easy routes only routes that offer growth and insight fullness. These are the lessons in life that you can rely on when you are faced with the challenges again but next time they probably will not seem like such a challenge.
You may feel you are the perfect partner. However, if you are doing any one of these relationship damaging actions, you could be sabotaging your relationship without even knowing it is happening. Relationship experts reveal the most common unknown to you reasons for a break up that you could be doing today.
If social media has contributed to the increase in divorce, a simple question is why? Many couples find themselves discontent with their relationships and might find companionship elsewhere online. Dishonesty, lack of communication, comparing relationships or sharing too much personal information are all risks to marriage and being involved on social media.
There are many ways to make sure that your divorce goes through smoothly. Remembering to keep the emotional aspect separated from the actual legal aspect can make things easier for yourself and your lawyer. Having an open, honest professional relationship with your lawyer can keep an already tense situation from becoming worse, as well as remembering where the lines of personal relationship and professional relationship lie.
While dishonesty is considered one of the worst things you can do in a relationship a single lie is not always the full story. In the complexity of this thing we call a relationship a lie is often a symptom of deep pain, fear, or emotional distress. Before judging those who have lied to us it would be prudent to hear their full story.
David K. Roland, a Hubbard, Ohio attorney, has been banned in Ohio from practicing law because he knowingly concealed over $850,000 of his client’s marital assets during divorce proceedings. The Supreme Court’s decision was unanimous. The panel concluded that Roland committed numerous ethical violations that he knew were illegal and/or fraudulent.
They felt that due to Roland’s refusal to cooperate in the investigation, as well as his participation in an asset-hiding scheme, an indefinite suspension from practicing law was warranted. Furthermore, the board cited many cases where attorneys had been permanently disbarred for engaging in similar unethical activities and misconduct.