Moving On After Divorce
Protect your good name. It is your most valuable asset. To do so, you must be concerned to some degree about what others think.
Take charge of your attitude. Be positive and do not waste your time blaming yourself or others.
Bad times do not last forever. Make peace with the past. Learn from your mistakes and turn them into opportunities for positive change.
Learn to forgive yourself and your ex-spouse.
Be a little kinder than necessary. Kindness to others will lift your spirits.
Never be afraid to apologize. Apologizing is a sign of strength, not weakness.
Learn to disagree without being disagreeable. Take control of your life and set appropriate boundaries with your ex-spouse.
Family and friends do not last forever. Never miss an opportunity to tell them how much they mean to you.
Value your friends. Rekindle friendships you have lost.
Time can heal. Scars will remain. Do not be ashamed of them.
Never underestimate the power of words and actions to heal relationships.
Never give up on those who have disappointed you. Life is full of surprises.
It is best to create in your children’s mind a positive image of yourself and your ex-spouse.
Remember that life’s most treasured moments are always centered on relationships, not things.
Live your life such that when your family and friends think of fairness, honesty and integrity, they think of you.
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