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Easing The Trauma Of Divorce: A Reaction

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While you may have to work harder than those who witnessed a good marriage at home, you are not doomed to singlehood. Nothing good comes easy in life, and all couples must work hard on their marriages in order to live in harmony. You need to take the difficult step of working on your deep-rooted fear – but your efforts will, with Hashem’s help, bear fruit.

Thank you for your words of praise and encouragement. I hope that readers of The Jewish Press learn from your pain and suffering and decide that if they must get divorced, they do so amicably. And thank you for sharing deeply personal feelings in order to help others make different – and better – choices than those your parents made.. Divorcing parents should always choose to put their children before their pride.

Hatzlachah in your pursuit of happiness and in the transformation of your views on marriage!

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2 Responses to “Easing The Trauma Of Divorce: A Reaction”

  1. I have studied divorce both personally and professionally for over two decades and agree with your comments.The focus of my research is how parental divorce impacts people into adulthood and alters their view of love, marriage, and commitment. While our parents' divorce forever changes us, we can and do improve in most cases. Our website offers 7 Pathways to help adults raised in divorced families to restore their faith in love. Check out my blog – Overcoming the Legacy of Divorce – movingpastdivorce.com.Terry.

  2. I agree with your statements that children should never be made pawns in a divorce. It is truly important for parents to work together in order to create the healthiest environment possible during the trauma of divorce. In my highly acclaimed book, The 7 Fatal Mistakes Divorced and Separated Parents Make: Strategies for Raising Healthy Children of Divorce and Conflict, I go over several strategies parents can use to develop the working relationship necessary to raise their children. And right now, I am offering my book FREE on Kindle from December 4th through 7th. You can download your FREE copy here: http://amzn.to/TIRGz4. You can also visit my website, http://www.healthychildrenofdivorce.com. I hope this holiday season your family will benefit from the strategies I have provided.

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