Divorce can be a traumatic experience for all involved, including children and even family members of the couple. Eventually though, it is natural for the divorcee(s) to want to move on to a new relationship and eventually fall in love again. In some cases, it happens very soon after the divorce has been finalized. But is it a good idea to fall in love again so soon after getting a divorce?
You went through a divorce, either messy or amicable, and are on the mend emotionally when, out of the blue, your ex-wife indicates that she wants you back. It’s a perfect scenario to either be lured into an unhappy life again or enter a new phase of love with your ex, but you will have to ask yourself; “How do I deal with this situation appropriately?”
Tragedy can strike unexpectedly at any time in our lives and nobody is emotionally prepared for the worst to happen. After a terminal unexpected illness or death of a spouse, the grieving process begins and eventually, over time, the wounds in your heart start to heal and you finally feel ready to move on with your life.
Breaking up is hard to do, but often divorce is the only possible way forward out of a bad situation or failing relationship. But, when you have made up your mind to split, the next thing that comes to mind may be what it will cost you and the fear of massive financial loss. So, what can your wife take when you divorce?
Divorce, for most, spells a painful ending to a long and complex journey of love and intimacy. But the process is not linear and, as it unfolds, some marital behaviors need to or should continue (like communication), while ending others is necessary but may be difficult. Which is the status of the most intimate physical engagement between spouses?