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How To Deal With Divorce


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DivorceIt’s a sad fact that many people do not want to acknowledge but the truth is many marriages end in divorce. In fact, approximately one third of marriages these days will fail with spouses going their separate ways.

Divorce is a subject that makes people naturally uncomfortable because nobody like to think that their love affair is going to end badly. Discussing divorce is akin to talking about death - few people like to admit that it can affect their lives. Unfortunately the hard reality will mean that many of us will indeed have to deal with the pain and trauma of divorce.

If your marriage has come to an end, and you are facing the prospect of divorce, what things should you do, or expect to feel, during this very difficult time in your life? Following is a list of things you can do to make the period easier.

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Be Patient Enough In Your Relationship


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PatienceIn this life, there is no such thing as a perfect relationship. Honestly, relationship without arguments is only found in movies. You may commit mistakes that you may have no knowledge of and these will cause misunderstanding between you and your partner. This is common in a relationship however you have to increase your awareness in your relationship if you want to get your ex back and strengthen your relationship.

In a relationship, time won’t matter. In fact, there are new couples who have stronger relationship compared to couples that have been together for quite some time. There is still a possibility that break up will occur in old couples. Break up is hard and it sometimes causes strong emotional pain. This is why people who truly love their partners always try to keep the relationship stronger. However, break up is inevitable.

Fortunately, in some cases, relationships are saved. This means you still have chances of saving your relationship and getting the love of your life. If you think positively, you can still convince your ex to love you again. Like in a battlefield, you can win without too much casualties if you plan ahead. Plan on how you get your back and be patient enough.

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For a Harmonious Life!


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Couple talkingAt some time in our personal relationships, we all go through problems, but unless you pinpoint the problems and learn how to resolve them, your relationship can fall apart.

1) Take Your Relationship To a New Place

Getting away from the norm can be a healthy thing for a long relationship. Long relationships tend to create habits and routines that are hard to break for both partners. It is important to stay spontaneous in your relationship and this is not a new concept but a very true one. You can easily fall into routines such as getting up, going to work, coming home, eating, watching TV and then going to bed.

Try to spice it up a little and make different plans every few days and a couple of weekends a month. Remember, though, it is difficult to make these changes every single day, so try to space them out. Shaking things up too much can be as big of a problem as sticking with a routine.

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What makes an understanding couple


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Agree to disagreeHow many times have you heard this catch phrase - ‘Agree to disagree’? It usually comes at the tail end of an argument when one person irritated and frustrated that they cannot impose their point of view says “Cant we just agree to disagree?” Although in theory it is a good thing to be able to do; few people understand what it actually means to agree to disagree!

Agree to disagree does not mean that we just give up on an argument that we feel is important and then hold onto resentment, anger, irritation, frustration or pain because of it. It also doesn’t mean that we give in, say we are sorry, or feel that we have done something wrong in thought or action. It simply means that we understand we will be unable to see eye to eye and that it is okay to just disagree on certain things in life. The funny thing is that we are able to do this all the time with our friends, teachers, strangers - but are very rarely able to do it with our spouses or family. For some reason many of us are inflated with this idea that because we are married or because we are flesh and blood – we must agree on everything.

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On The Honeymoon Trail


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GoaIn a world so vast how do you pick a place to spend a special time of your life—your honeymoon? Keep two factors in mind before making your choice: the weather conditions of the location and secondly, whether you want to opt for the cool climes of the hills, or enjoy a lively, wind-swept feel beside the sea and sunshine or an adventurous trek through jungles. Other factors such as budget, hotel choices, the number of days etc may depend entirely on your individual preferences.

Today, the choices are plenty. According to travel agencies, honeymooners prefer traditionally popular destinations like the sun-kissed beaches of charming Goa, scenic Shimla-Kulumanali, the evergreen romantic Srinagar and the backwaters of Kerala. While, foreign destinations, which figure as hot favourites, are Bali, Langkawi in Kuala Lumpur, Hongkong, Switzerland and the Greek islands.

“Goa remains one of the most popular destinations for honeymooners because of the beach. Three-day packages are available for just Rs 7000 during the monsoon, while in December, it can go up to Rs 15,000 with special dinners as added attractions thrown in,” says an agent at travelmasti.com.

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