Thursday, March 4, 2010

The Preperation

Why did I decide to call this "A Divorce Journey? It has two connotations, thus made it a perfect choice. The first is the literal sense, going through divorce is like taking a journey from one part of your life to begin a new part. The second is that when you are on a journey, you are usually on the trip with tthose who are making the same trip. You will be seperated from your daily life and everything will feel new to you. That is why in my previous post I mention to surround yourself with the warrior, mentor, and doctor. These are the people who are going to keep you grounded and sane.

When you get a chance, register with www.divorce360.com and begin talking to others who are going through the same thing as you. You are not alone! There are millions of people out there who can share their stories with you.

Here is the actual definiton of DIVORCE:

DIVORCE - any formal separation of husband and wife according to established custom. (http://www.dictionary.com/)

You and your spouse already decided to seperate and all you are doing is making it formal. Why is divorce always ugly? The judge doesn't know you form Adam, so the petitioner and the respondent are trying to plead to the judge they are telling the truth and it becomes a batlle of the sales pitch. Remeber, Are you going to try to sell something to a client if you are not prepared? NO!
PREPARE! PREPARE! PREPARE!

I can't stress this enough. I have spoken to many people that have been divorced and feel taken advantaged. You do not want that to happen to you. ALWAYS STAY ON TOP OF THE GAME! This is your life we are talking about.

I hope all this helps and will talk to you all soon,

Please let me know of any comments or concerns


God Bless,

Andy K

1 comment:

Jermaine Gardner said...

I'm glad that despite of all that had happened, you still manage to see the bright side of things. Divorce might be hard, but it will end and you will move on and continue to live a happy life. “It might be stormy now, but can't rain forever.” I hope that you believe in this quote. Good luck!

Jermaine Gardner @ The Divorce and Family Offices