On behalf of Cobert, Haber & Haber Attorneys at Law posted in Divorce on Wednesday, June 29, 2016.
Going through a divorce in New York can be a harrowing experience. Learning how to cope with a difficult ex-spouse can help to lessen the emotional impact of the situation for the entire family. According to Psychology Today, depending on the circumstances surrounding the divorce, former spouses may resort to acting badly towards each other because of all of the stress they are under from the situation. It is important for spouses to remain aware of each other so that any interactions that occur between them are amicable.
Past hurts should be forgiven and power struggles should be avoided to make dealing with each other during and after the divorce easier and more pleasant, states Crosswalk.com. Self-awareness is very important. Soon-to-be ex-spouses should stay aware of what causes them to engage in arguments so they can actively work on avoiding conflict. Priorities should be established for any business dealings and both parties should work on keeping their personal feelings removed from the situation.
Soon-to-be ex-spouses should avoid trying to force expectations, unreasonable demands and justifications on each other. If there are children involved, their well-being should be put first. To accomplish this, both parents must keep their emotions in check so they can better assess their children’s feelings and needs and work together with each other to meet them.
Divorcing partners are not always very nice to each other. However, they can modify their behavior to improve their interactions with each other and to improve the lines of communication between everyone who is affected by the situation.
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