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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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Dealing With Divorce


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DivorceEven though we do enter into marriage with the belief that we will stay happily married until the day we die, sometimes it just doesn’t work out like that. Every single person knows at least two couples who have divorced. For some it may seem as the end of the road for them, but it really doesn’t have to be.

If you’re going through a divorce and find yourself at loss as to what to do next, a few of these suggestions will help you through this difficult time. Just remember – it’s going to get better.

1. If you have children think about how this is effecting them. Take the time to explain what is happening every step of the way. Often children feel left out when it comes to divorce and many don’t understand it altogether. Make plans to do things with your children, spend a little extra time with them and ensure that the other partner does this too.

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Love, marriage and Money


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Money and MarriageTwo people, crazily in love eagerly waiting to share their lives talk about everything from the wedding dress to the wedding bed but, what most people leave out of their discussion is what often becomes a bone of contention between the couple - money.

Research shows that in at least forty percent of the divorces that take place money is the root cause of the discord. Another fact that research brings to light is that almost ninety percent of the alter bound couples shy away from talking about money.

According to debt expert Howard Dvorkin, “Fifty percent of all marriages end in dissolution, and the number one reason for that is financial pressure.” If you are about to get married you must realize that besides being a union of two hearts and two souls marriage is also a union of two financial lives. So, it is very important that this aspect of the union be discussed before the knot is finally tied.

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Fragments of the Past


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RemarriageA chance remark by Subrata as they pulled away from the parking lot at the beach seemed to have put her husband Pravin in a bad mood. “All I said was, ‘Govind loved to eat corn – there was no need to make dinner for him on evenings we came to the beach, he could eat half a dozen of them!’. Actually, it was so unconscious. I was not making any comparisons, or recalling him in an especially fond way. We were at the beach, and there were many corn-sellers, so I got reminded, that’s all.”

But for her husband Pravin, it was as if his life with her was being compared to an earlier, better time, when she had been married to Govind. He stayed silent all the way home, then burst angrily with accusations as soon as they got home. “Are you going to stay drowned in his memories forever?” he asked his wife. “All that you suffered with him is forgotten, isn’t it? You only remember the corn and the beach!” He continued ranting in this way and Subrata had no immediate reply. She was too taken aback by how sensitive her husband could be about what she considered a small and insignificant thing.

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Man and the magical formula of work-life balance


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Work-life balanceToday’s young people have it all. And that too at an age that gives them the luxury of a lifetime to enjoy what they possess. So, the  result should logically be a set of absolutely jubilant people living life to the lees. But, unfortunately, it is not so.

More and more young people are experiencing the “burn out” syndrome. Divorce rates are on the rise. Global economy, international businesses, advanced communication technology and longer hours (or should we say on the job 24/7) are beginning to take their toll on people’s lives and people are struggling to find the magic mantra that will help them strike a balance between a successful career and a happy and contented family life.

Rahul is a banker and his wife Nisha is a teacher. According to Rahul, “ Nisha is very understanding. There are times when I see her only at the breakfast table. But, she never complains. Except for the occasional wifely croons (which I guess is fine). And we make up for lost time by pampering ourselves with short getaways now and then. And I don’t think our marriage is on the rocks.” Nisha somewhat reluctantly agrees. But, she does not forget to add, “I understand that nowadays people are on the job 24/7. And yes holidays together make up somewhat but, one cannot know importance of your loved one actually “being there” for you all the time and not only when he has enough time to spare so that he can go on holiday!”

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