What Message Would You Like To Give To Your Ex?Adele Green
When a marriage produces children, there is no getting away from having a working relationship with your ex-husband or wife after a divorce. If you’re lucky, the kids are grown up, but what happens if they’re not?
Reading this blog will reveal more about:
- How to deal with your ex when you are raising kids alone
- Who controls the relationship
- Why you still need a relationship with your ex-husband
- How to use the emotions you feel to propel your personal growth
Are you raising kids alone? What can and do you say when you need the maintenance paid to raise them? What do you do with the overwhelming emotions?
Emotions have the power to help us transform when we understand what to do with them.
What to say and what not to say to your ex-husband?
To know if you should say anything at all after a divorce is a great question many people ask. The realization sneaks up on you unexpectedly when you discover that the very thing you wanted to get away from, is still between you. After a divorce you are only dealing with it from outside the boundaries of a marriage.
The control issue:
When there are children that need to be raised, you still need a relationship with your ex-husband. If he was in charge of the money before, he will still be in control and try to use it to influence things his way. Just because you are divorced does not waver any prior issues that needed to be addressed before.
Do you feel within your integrity?