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Staying Emotionally Healthy During Divorce

By July 30, 2007

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The longer you’ve been married, the more you have acquired and whether or not you have children will play a role in how difficult divorce is for you. Whether you are the spouse wanting the divorce or the spouse who has been left to deal with the shock of an unwanted divorce you will need to take steps to protect yourself.

Every decision you make during the divorce process with be guided by three things: The divorce laws of your state, your emotional well-being and your spouse’s attitude. The only one of these you have any control over is your emotional well-being. The more emotionally fit you are, the more able you will be to protect your legal rights.

Below is a list of articles that will help you gain the knowledge needed to get through the divorce process with dignity, wisdom and your emotional health intact.

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