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Severed Roots - Becoming Whole after Divorce
Remember the Beta Fish & Peace Lilly Planter craze that swept the country a few years ago? You know the clear vases with the plant, marbles and fish in them??? Well in my attempt to create my home version of this I embarked on the task of separating a little Peace Lily so that I could have the perfect portion to insert into the vase. Although the Lily appeared to have three distinct stalks when I got to the root system it was only one root system. I tugged and pulled to no avail. In order to separate the roots I had to cut them apart.
Isnít it that way when we get divorced? Although we present as two people our root system has become one--- mind, body and Spirit. When a cut is made we are left wounded and incomplete. Many women face three similar challenges: isolation, insufficiency and inferiority. Overcoming these barriers is a challenge that should not be faced alone. A few tips for working through these obstacles are:
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To get a Georgia divorce on one of the "fault" grounds, the spouse must prove adultery, desertion for at least a year, mental or physical cruelty, marriage between persons who are related by blood, mental incapacity, impotency, force or fraud in getting married, wife's pregnancy unknown to the husband at the time of the marriage, conviction and imprisonment, habitual intoxication or drug addiction, or mental illness.
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