Your mindset matters for you and your children! Find out why trying to ruin your spouse in divorce is a big mistake! Dear Divorce Coach’s Cherie Morris provided Your Tango with their expert advice!
3 Reasons Trying To 'Ruin' Your Spouse In Divorce Is A HUGE Mistake
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One of the toughest, most emotional decisions of divorce is whether to keep or sell the family home. You have so many memories of starting a life together with your partner, bringing home a child, having a family pet, celebrating family holidays together, but, when the relationship ends, so do the dreams you once had for your future in the home together.
Finding the strength to persevere through the heartache, and making a huge financial decision, can feel like the most overwhelming task you’ve ever faced. Be sure you know what your options are so you can make an informed and well-planned decision that won’t end up costing you more money, taxes or heartache. Often, the decision to keep the house is made based on emotions; however, it should be weighed out alongside other assets in the property settlement agreement for the long-term.
Celebrating Father’s Day when you are separated or divorced can be laden with layers of meaning. You may want to celebrate your own Father, if he is in your life. If you are a Mother, and their Father is involved in their lives, you likely want to encourage and support their relationship with him. But what if your own relationship with their Dad is complicated? How to manage the maelstrom of feelings, perhaps even strong justifications, for worrying about how the children’s joy will be received?
Certified Divorce Coach, Parent Coordinator, Lawyer, Yoga Teacher, Divorced Parent