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Don’t do it alone! You will fare much better in your divorce if you use a team approach.
Unfortunately, for all of us that have experienced the ills of divorce there is no cure for the wounds that divorce inflicts. However, I am here to suggest that you can become better and not bitter as a result of this life trial. Have you ever stopped to consider that perhaps your divorce occurred in your life to teach you a vital life lesson?
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.
As a Suddenly Single its easy to focus on what is wrong with your life during the holidays. But it is when you are at your lowest that gratitude is most important. Begin a gratitude journal. Find perfection in something everyday.
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In a Georgia divorce, the mother is not automatically given custody of the children. The judge considers the best interests of the child. The court considers the age and gender of the child, the child's relationship with each parent, and the ability of each parent to take care of the child. Sometimes, the court will allow a child over 14 years old to choose who he or she will live with. Visitation rights are usually given to the parent who does not get legal custody.
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