Divorce – or child custody disputes when a non-marital arrangement ends – means changes that are stressful for both parents and children.
Consequences for domestic violence charges can be significant, so taking action sooner, rather than later, is essential.
With so much stress and so many emotions, divorce can have physical and mental side effects that you need to be prepared for.
Even though you can and will heal, you won’t go back to being the same person you were before you got married. No two people who must heal after a divorce do so in the same way, and there is no single path to success.
How you heal from feelings of rejection after your divorce is impacted by whether or not you were the one who left the marriage. Here’s help letting go and moving on after your divorce.
Feeling rejected is a normal part of grieving and letting go after a marriage ends; here are seven ways to heal from feelings of rejection post-divorce.