What really happened to cause your divorce or separation, why, and what can you do about it?
These questions are deep. It may seem hard to even to begin to know how to answer them. But here are some tools that you can use.
Write down and answer questions in your journal about your divorce, your relationship, your psychology, etc. Journal every day, if you can. Whether you write “free form” about a particular event or a particular feeling that you’re having about the relationship, or you just do question and answer sessions, you should get a rich trove of insights into your relationship.
2. Talk to friends and family members
Obviously, you want to keep your personal business personal, and it can be dangerous/uncomfortable to share too much information about what’s been going on in your relationship and child custody battle. But if you’re looking to figure out the root cause of why your relationship went south and what you can learn from the experience, your inner circle may have insights to help you process what’s happened and to contemplate what to do next.
3. Get counseling
An effective, well-trained counselor can help you assess what went wrong with your relationship and shine a light on certain thoughts that may be inaccurate and/or may be stressing you out.
Call the team here at the Toussaint Law Firm, PA for a confidential consultation about your options and obligations.