Breaking Up is Hard To Do
When one says, “I do,” no one believes that it will result in divorce down the road. However, this is a reality for many married couples.
Divorce is a very personal—and often traumatic—life change. It’s important to come to terms with your breakup and do everything in your power to make the best of the situation. You can begin by setting short- and long-term goals for yourself. The First 30 Days is here to guide you through the process—to virtually hold your hand, so to speak. In the next month, you can expect to:
- Handle your emotional ups and downs.
- Deal with the financial and legal aspects of a divorce.
- Explain the divorce to your children, family and friends.
- Come to terms with the reasons for the divorce.
- Start a new life without your spouse.
DID YOU KNOW? The per-capita divorce rate in the United States is currently at its lowest level since 1970? These statistics are misleading, however: Researchers attribute the drop to the increase in the number of couples who live together without marrying.