Years after the divorce we could take stock of all the stages of despair and joy we experienced at that moment. Whether the decision to break up was made spontaneously or was the result of long and hard thought, it always comes down to the same things that torment us.
1. the doubt
You are giving up on your marriage - something that at first may have seemed like the safest and most correct step you have ever taken in your life. On the one hand, you may doubt the rightness of your decision. On the other hand, everything you do may seem pointless.
2. Are you missing something
Not only will you miss him at times, but also everything about him. You may miss his parents, who you often found annoying. Meetings with mutual friends will not be the same as before. To avoid bringing up old memories, you'll probably avoid places you used to go to together.
3. The kids
How will divorce affect our children? Aren't we taking too selfish a step by separating and depriving them of the close presence of one of us.
4. The Meetings
You might have to date men again. After the divorce, you will probably find it difficult to believe and commit to another man. Give yourself time, don't be afraid to spend some time alone with yourself.
5. the blame
Where did we go wrong? Did we do everything in our power to save our marriage? Did you have to? When you find an answer to these questions, you will be able to move forward with confidence.
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