This is about the ending of a life and the beginning of another. This new center of balance will take work – spiritually, emotionally and practically.
The state of one’s emotions has the greatest impact on the end result of a divorce.
When it comes to making sound decisions throughout this event, the divorced parties need to be aware of their inner self and the conditions of the current partner. Both parties need to know how to deal with all the emotional issues and to know how “not” to get stuck in those ego traps and easy to find arguments.
Through a divorce, many parties can be involved other than the couple and their legal team: family, children, and even friends. If the friends, family and children are part of the equation the legal issues and decisions the attorneys have to deal with can easily turn toxic if the emotions run high on all sides. In order to keep the divorce process moving along, a growing number of attorneys recommend to their clients using a divorce coach. This dedicated certified coach, also known as a Spiritual Divorce Coach, deals with all the emotional components at work. In this situation, the individual going through the divorce will have the support from the legal as well as the internal aspect.
For someone experiencing divorce, the important thing in their life right now is the way they feel. Nothing else is as real as the pain, fear, anger, hurt, guilt, tension, nervousness and depression most often felt from start to finish. The practical tasks faced are also very real. How to get by financially, and the thoughts of what this new chapter will look like can seem daunting.
All the emotions and breaking of the bonds, patterns, dependencies, habits that attach to the ex-spouse, learning to let go, accept, surrender, and most importantly the ability to forgive are the emotional ties at hand. They will develop a balanced view internally, of their ex-spouse, of the marriage, and will then create self-confidence by learning to love them self first and foremost and not look for love in all the wrong places. Developing healthy relationships once the inner self is healed allows people experiencing divorce to begin and build a new life with exciting possibilities!