Achieving peace and harmony in a divorce may seem just a little far-fetched.
You’re angry and filled with resentment. How can you come to terms with these feelings and hold it together.
Rise above your emotions
No matter how you look at it, and whether you like it or not, the simplest and most effective way to satisfy your divorce needs is to overcome “the norm” and rise above your feelings. Get over it! No one says it will be easy, but it will definitely be worth it.
When either party of a divorce is rude, offensive or even abusive, they should expect the same treatment in return. This leads to a downward spiral that must be avoided at all costs.
Most importantly, bad feelings and distasteful actions spill over into the lives of children – threatening their security and playing havoc on their childhood.So achieving Peace is very important.
Married or divorced, the foremost obligation of parents is to maintain a strong co-parenting relationship.
The establishment of a strong co-parenting relationship provides everything children need from Day 1 and will be responsible for solving thousands of issues in years to come. From Little League to college, and through braces and dating, being courteous, cooperative and respectful to each other will create stability for children.
If there is any hope of attaining a friendly divorce settlement and maintaining a strong co-parenting relationship, divorcing parties must undertake a process that includes understanding three fundamentals: perspectives, emotions and language/listening.
By working through basic steps, divorcing couples can stay away from typical divorce war tactics and realize the value in creating a working relationship that just might get them thr rough the divorce process in one peace.