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New Year's Resolutions for Couples Considering Divorce

 Posted on January 05, 2015 in Divorce

 couples considering divorce, divorce rate, DuPage county divorce attorney, legal counsel, New Year's resolutions, 2015, self improvements, co-parenting, end a marriageOut with the old and in with the new. The holidays are over and everyone is ushering in the new year with vows to improve their lives and be more present in the moment. People who have recently gone through a divorce or are thinking about filing for one may add a few relationship-focused resolutions to help their 2015 be a more fulfilling year.

The Huffington Post shared an article that listed possible resolutions that are applicable to couples considering divorce or for those who have ended a marriage and are starting the new year fresh. One of the main themes of the article is communication. Good communication is especially important for parents who want to provide the most ideal transition for their children and keep their family intact. One way to achieve favorable communication is to dedicate yourself to co-parenting and the compromises that come with forming a healthy relationship with your ex-spouse.

Focusing more energy on the children is another resolution to consider. Going through a divorce is a difficult time and may lead to distracted behavior or time away from children due to separate households. In order to make the moments count, a positive focus on family activities is an achievable and rewarding goal.

Perhaps one of the hardest, but most productive resolutions is to pick your battles. Understanding where arguments stem from and finding ways in which to avoid them can create harmony among parents who are divorced. Tension and frustrated feelings lead to high stress, which can result in other unhealthy habits. Learning ways to keep calm aids in both mental and physical health and is a great way to start the year off right.

The end of a marriage also means the start of a new life chapter. Resolutions are a helpful idea to improve your emotional state, but our law firm also wants to make sure your rights are protected during divorce proceedings. We will serve as your legal counsel for any questions you may have regarding the process as well as plans for custody. If you are considering a divorce in Illinois, contact an experienced DuPage County divorce attorney today.

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