Divorce can be hard psychologically. It hurts to lose a partner. Life changes for you in a big way. You have to change the way you live. Finances will also change and that can be stressful. Not all people in the field can help you, though. It depends on the person and on their approach obviously. If you are feeling bad after a divorce you may want to seek help but don’t worry if the first person you find doesn’t work out.
- Most lawyers are out for blood and want to win over the well being of the mental state of their client.
- There is a better way to approach divorce. Taking the time to talk it out and have open communication will work out better in the end.
- The author clearly knows what their talking about. The article really hits home with someone that has had a similar situation that worked together to get through it.
“It never ceases to amaze me that people regularly contend that they can’t enter into a facilitative approach because they’re in conflict with each other, can’t communicate with each other, and don’t trust each other.”
Read more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/you-think-youre-helping-do-you_us_591622aee4b00ccaae9ea2b6?section=us_divorce