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When I first started thinking about divorce, I was the mother of three young children aged 12, 9 and 7, to whom I was fiercely devoted.
As a stay-at-home mom (SAHM), protecting them from undue harm – and modeling how to live a rich and full life – was (and remains) my life’s purpose.
That makes being as mindful as possible as you go through the process absolutely essential.
While I understand that each divorce is unique, there are some valuable tips and advice that have helped me and other SAHMs to manage through divorce.
Three decades later, I found myself keenly in touch with that early experience.
Every decision I made…every situation my children came to me with…every interaction with their father was viewed through the lens of, My experience – and those of many divorcing and divorced co-parents in my coaching practice – has demonstrated that while the road is difficult, it’s possible to survive and even thrive during and after divorce.
Dana Deciding to divorce your partner – especially knowing what a destabilizing effect it will have on your children – is probably the most difficult choice you’ve ever considered.There simply was no other way I could live my life with integrity.Even with the rightness of the decision on my side, and my desire to have a "good divorce," the road was at times unendingly sad, fearful, and emotionally draining.Marriage and family, which have long been heralded as a central part of a successful society, were extremely important to me.
When I married my husband at 26, it was “‘til death do us part.” The first years of marriage and family life went pretty much as I presumed they would.Some people will have no compunction telling you that you should have tried harder to keep your family together.