During divorces, couples often try to get revenge on each other, “win” arguments, or settle old scores.
Getting one over on your ex might feel good in the short term, but the pleasure doesn’t last long.
Tit-for-tat arguments can quickly descend into a complete breakdown in communications, which rarely helps you get what you want.
If you fall into the trap of letting the emotions cloud your judgement, it does nothing but:
It’s hard to exaggerate the importance of the following statement:
Once you’ve decided that divorce is the best option to take, resolve to approach it in a calm, mature and pragmatic way.
It’s worth bearing the following saying in mind: “You might not have had a great marriage, but you can have a good divorce.”
Approach your divorce in that frame of mind, and you’ll find that everything is quicker, less stressful, less expensive, and ultimately allows you to move smoothly into the next phase of your life.