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There are many different effects of military PTSD on marriage. In fact, study on marriage and divorce following military deployment in Afghanistan found that veterans were more likely to get divorced than their peers.
These six are in no way the only reasons why domestic violence victims choose to stay, however, they are the most common ones and sadly, there is often a combination of all these factors at play.
If you find yourself facing the prospect of legally dissolving your marriage, there are certain things you can do to prepare for a divorce and make the process easier.
The Displaced Homemakers Network of New Jersey has established an initiative to help divorced women kickstart their real estate career. Learn about it here.
At the end of the day, therapy and mediation are complementary. The standard therapy tools of rapport building, validation, recognizing core needs and establishing goals, and cognitive reframing can also be an important part of the mediation process.
Next time, instead of defaulting to “I’m sorry” when hearing of someone’s divorce, consider whether the divorced or divorcing person might be ready for encouragement or congratulations on the achievement.
Getting a divorce is a difficult choice to make. Although time really does heal everything, there are certain things you can do that can make everything feel a little a bit better – including reading divorce books.
Divorce can be the simplest and fastest way to say goodbye to each other if you’re willing to be fair in every aspect of the process.
It’s not easy figuring out how to heal from divorce. By practicing a few self-love tips, you can get on the road to recovery and move past your heartbreak.