The Art of Dividing Up a Marriage
Dale Carico |
Mar. 1, 2011
The topic of divorce has been broached with so much drama and intrigue, that it makes sense to spend some time looking at what makes it so difficult to resolve. Why divorce is such a complex issue, and should you leave with or without your spouse? Why is a divorce so hard to win? At the same time, it’s essential on the road to divorce to maintain the necessary perspective to see things for what they are.
Divorce is not simple. There are many reasons why many marriages don’t work out. Divorcing should not be such an overwhelming experience. However, divorce is often so hard that it can be life-altering. Divorce can be difficult because of the difficulty separating the two. It can be emotionally challenging when everyone is dealing with the same things and feelings. Divorce is often misunderstood and misconstrued by people. However, divorce is a complex issue that has many different perspectives on how to resolve one’s problems with their spouse. It can be difficult deciding on the way to proceed in a divorce case. Divorce is not only a legal issue that involves lawyers and judges. Divorce is also about the heart, the soul, and the mind. It is about what brings us together and what divides us from one another.
The first and most important reason for divorce is the fact that it is often not in anyone’s best interest to stay married to the other party. Many people have the misconception that their spouse is to blame for anything wrong, and there’s nothing they can do to resolve the conflict. Their spouse is also not to blame for not being able to perform their duties as a spouse. The reality is that divorce is more than the reason for the divorce. The issues that led to the divorce are often the only reason for the marriage ending. There are many reasons there may be no longer an emotional attachment, and the two may wish to separate from each other.
A marriage is often the product of the two people involved in the union. The marriage is only considered “the marriage” until the divorce process begins. The two people involved in the