Life after a divorce is all about being brave; putting on a brave face as one door closes and another door opens. Being brave is part of the formula to make the often times courageous decisions that are required before, during and after a divorce. If you can view adversity as an opportunity rather than an obstacle you are setting your mindset to be one of resilience rather than one of overwhelm. Easier said than done sometimes; “fake it until you make it” comes to mind. On those days, embrace that where you might be right NOW is not where you will always be. Unearthing your innate sense of brave can give you the gentle nudge (or sometimes the necessary push) to get you to where you desire to be.
“Nearly four out of 10 first marriages end in divorce,” says divorce and parenting coach Rosalind Sedacca, who founded the Child-Centered Divorce Network. Sixty percent of divorcing couples have children, and over one million children each year experience the divorce of their parents,” says Sedacca. https://stories.avvo.c