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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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Want To Get Married In Australia?


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Australian WeddingTo get married in Australia there is some legal criteria you need to meet; documents you will need to bring with you, and by planning ahead you can organize the wedding of your dreams.

A quick summary of the considerations for International Visitors wishing to marry in Australia is listed below:

1. You will need to lodge a Notice of Intended Marriage with your wedding celebrant at least one calendar month prior to the wedding. This can be lodged up to 18 months in advance of the wedding.

2. Your wedding celebrant will need to see both you and your partners passports or birth certificates.

3. If you or your beloved have been previously married, you need to show your wedding celebrant the Divorce Decree Absolutes or death certificates of your previous spouses.

4. Both you and your partner must both be at least 18 years of age.

5. You need to have two witnesses to the ceremony and both of these witnesses must be at least 18 years of age. Your wedding celebrant can assist with organizing witnesses for you, if do not have family or friends attending the wedding.

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Are you ready to get married?


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Getting MarriedWith the high divorce rate, it may seem risky to get married these days. Of course, marriage has always been a risk since we don’t know how we’ll get along with someone under the same roof, no matter how long we’ve known each other.

If you are flirting with the idea of getting hitched, assuming you have found someone with whom you share a serious relationship, you may want to consider indicators like those that follow. While there is no fool proof way to guarantee that someone is or is not ready to wed, issues like the following may help you reflect on potential problems to deal with before saying “I do.”

1. Will your financial condition contribute to a successful marriage? Although you and your intended may have agreed that you will not work for a while, or might work for fewer hours or less of a salary, money problems are at the top of the list of issues that married couples fight about. Unexpected expenses like medical bills, home and auto repairs, and recreational costs can soon have the most loving couple at each other’s throat as bulldogs more than lovers. Make a budget with your beloved and determine if both of you can live within a joint framework of shared income and expenditures. If conflicts arise, make an appointment to see a marriage counselor.

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Happily Ever After


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Happily Ever AfterDo you know what all happy and healthy marriages have in common? In every one of them you will find two people committed to making each other happy. You will find a man who cherishes his wife and puts her needs above his own, and you will find a wife who respects and trusts her man. We live in very selfish times. Pop-psychology messages are everywhere in the media encouraging us to love ourselves, do right by ourselves, and generally please ourselves first. If you really want a happy marriage, don’t buy into that type of self-centered thinking. Instead, try these 10 time-tested techniques and experience the happiness, peace, and tranquility of a healthy marriage.

1. Make time for each other. It’s so easy in our hyper-busy modern lifestyles to forget to set aside a little time to enjoy each other’s company. Start a weekly tradition of setting a date for the two of you to be together doing something you both enjoy. Keep it simple. Take a nice walk together. Sip coffee together in a cozy coffeehouse. Talk to each other, reminisce, and get to know each other again.

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Forgiving infidelity


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ForgivenessThe drama and the trauma of infidelity is one of the leading causes of relationship failure and divorce. Needs are not being met and sought elsewhere, whether emotionally or physically and pain is inflicted on not only the other partner, but on the partner who had the affair as well.

Not every relationship can endure the pain of infidelity, but the strength and resolve of both partners in rebuilding the foundations of love, trust, and respect through open communications can certainly be accomplished with a sincere effort. Of course, there are cons in contrast with the pros of forgiving infidelity; consider the consequences of the positives and the negative results of each major aspect in a relationship.

Communication breakdown will effectively terminate a relationship in its entirety. When neither partner has a desire to communicate their ill feeling with the other, it eventually leads to more hostility and potential termination in and of the relationship in the future.

By comparison, it is vital that both parties communicate their feelings, their fears, and any angst with each other in order to quell any lingering doubts or hurt feelings. Sincerity in communication instills a sense of openness with one another in the healing relationship, and for many years afterwards.

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