Dealing With Divorce
About The Author
Dealing With Divorce?
Caroline could feel the stares directed her way as she made her way through the supermarket. She straightened her spine, threw her shoulders back and pushed her cart through the aisles. She was glad that the whispers didn’t reach her or her three kids who were “helping” her. No, the final straw came at the checkout lane where the frizzy-haired blonde in front of her was gossiping away with the clerk who saw her and immediately turn a sickly pallor of white just as the woman was saying, “………well I just don’t know how those poor little children are going to take losing their father and……” she tapered off as she realized that someone behind her was listening.
Being the lady that she is, Caroline merely shook her head and started piling her groceries onto the moving counter. It wasn’t any different than what she heard at the school board meeting she had attended last night.
And, that totally disregards what her soon to be ex-husband is going through at work. He gets the same treatment whenever he approaches the water cooler.
These are just some of the pitfalls that one deals with in the divorce arena. People just can’t seem to keep their opinions (and their desire to share them) to themselves.
Bad enough that mere acquaintances were gossiping, just the other day she had to deal with her best friend trying to set her up on a date! Unfortunately, this is her new world and there isn’t much she can do about it.
What Caroline can do about it, however, is change her perspective while she’s going through with this horrible situation and stop feeling like a victim!
There is something she can do to help her survive during this emotional upheaval. It can also help once the divorce is final too.
What is that?
It’s a guide written for folks going through a divorce. No, this isn’t another “hate” volume designed to publicly quarter and flay your ex. In fact you won’t find much about the technical process of divorce.
There are enough resources out there that will tell you all about hiring the right people, how to divide assets getting custody and more about all the legal stuff. We just touch on it lightly.
Rather, our guide is all about how to help you with the everyday emotional stuff that comes up when you are going through such a traumatic experience.
- It’s easy to read, no legal-ease involved.
- It shows you practical stuff for during and after divorce.
- You can start applying some of the ideas right away.
- It’s a bargain and well worth the small price.
What will you learn . . .
Learn about the importance of flushing the past
Find what happens if you try to rewrite history
Discover why you can’t put children in the middle
Uncover how to choose your battles
How to avoid expecting a spouse to change
Identifying what you want revenge, justice or freedom
Using custody as a hammer
Dealing with guilt
And much, much more.
There’s a good possibility you have friends or family members giving you lots of advice. Some of it may be good and help you in finding the right people to help you with the legal stuff.
But, the problem comes in when they try giving advice that is not helpful, just hurtful. Talking about how to “stick it to the ex” for support, and trying this lawyer because he’s the meanest in town.
That stuff is really counterproductive to getting through a messy situation with the minimum of headache and pain for you and, more importantly, your children if you have them.
This is not written for a wife or a husband but for both of you. It will help you deal with the situation as expeditiously as possible and help with your children.
……. And at just $9.97 it’s a small price to check it out!
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