Life is fluid. Just because you had trouble in your last relationship – for whatever reason – does not mean that you are doomed to repeat your problems in future relationships or that you can’t grow from the experience.
The big question that you need to ask yourself is: what can I do next time to prevent the same problems that happened to me in this last relationship?
To get proper answers to that question, you need to be honest about what went wrong and why. That’s why the exercises in the last few blog posts hopefully have been pretty helpful. Without that insight, you won’t know how to plan your life or approach relationships in the future. Once you have that insight, however, you can move forward with confidence.
For instance, maybe you originally thought that the divorce was “all his fault,” but you’ve now come to understand something: the fact that you did not provide any income to the relationship really stressed things out. So you might make a vow that, during your next relationship, you will contribute more to avoid money-based problems.
The team here at the Toussaint Law Firm, PC is standing by to help you organize your thoughts and to build an effective case to protect your rights and get fair results. Call us now to schedule a free consultation.