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Lessons Learned From a Divorce



Simply because you are feeling emptiness in your life right now, does not indicate that nothing is happening. Consider this a time-out, a time for sowing the seeds for new growth.  It is the time to learn crucial lessons learned from your past relationship.

In order to totally accept a break up and move on, you need to owlunderstand exactly what happened and acknowledging the part you played. It is very important to understand how the choices you made impacted the relationship. Knowing from your errors is the key to not repeating them.

Step back and review the big picture of divorce. How did you add to the issues of the relationship?

Do you often repeat the exact same mistakes or select the wrong individual in relationship after relationship?

Think about how you react to anxiety and handle conflict and insecurities. Could you act in a more useful way?

Consider whether you accept other people the means they are, not the method they might or “ought to” be.

Analyze your unfavorable sensations as a beginning point for modification. Are you in control of your feelings, or are they in control of you?

Be honest with yourself throughout this part of the recovering process. Attempt not to harp on who is to blame or beat yourself up over your mistakes. As you look back on the relationship, you have an opportunity to learn more about yourself, how you relate to others, and the troubles you need to work with. If you have the ability to fairly analyze your own behavior, including the reasons why you picked your former partner, you’ll have the ability to see where you failed and make better choices next time.



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