The dissolution of a marriage is almost always an unhappy event, at the very least marked by disappointment and the loss of dreams and expectations.
In addition, there are usually many legal, financial, parental, emotional, and practical aspects that requires changes in responsibilities and routines, and it can take people years to regain equilibrium.
With so many single adults out there, one might guess that there's also a lot of dating going on.
Instead, it seems that the older we get, the less we date.
Different coping strategies and skills are appropriate to address each of these aspects of divorce.
Divorce can trigger all sorts of unsettling, uncomfortable and frightening feelings, thoughts and emotions, including grief, loneliness, depression, despair, guilt, frustration, anxiety, anger, and devastation, to name a few.
There are really two sides to the divorce process; the human emotional side and the formal legal side.In one study conducted at the University of Michigan Institute for Social Research, social psychologist Jerald G. D., found that nearly 50 percent of 18-year-olds go out at least once a week, compared with only approximately 25 percent of 32-year-olds.While it's true that some people simply choose not to date, others want to but don't know how to go about it or can't overcome their negative self-thoughts.There can be anger at a partner's stubborn obstinacy and pettiness, abuse, or outright betrayal. Our simple and inexpensive process provides you with completed divorce documents in as little as 20 minutes.