Split custody may bring loneliness at first, but strengthens the parent-child bond. Practical too - shared schedule allows focused time.
Post-divorce, an uninvolved parent might become more engaged in their child's life, realizing the joy they've missed. New habits tend to stick.
Divorce and shared custody mean replacing lost/damaged items when kids move between houses—lunchboxes, toothbrushes, sports gear. Normalizes separation.
Shift to co-parenting is tough. Challenges evolve with child's growth. Maintaining post-divorce cooperation with ex-spouse is complex.
Post-divorce dating: Don't rush in. Learn from past mistakes, process emotions. Avoid repeating patterns for better future relationships.
Divorce aims to end issues, but patterns persist in new relationships due to unprocessed emotions. Heal before dating.
Divorce raises heart risks; mental strain amplifies physical issues due to companionship loss, shattered plans, uncertainty.
Divorce breeds guilt, self-doubt & harsh self-judgment. Yet, over time, they transform into self-discovery & forgiveness. Dumper guilt normal; self-forgiveness vital.