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Viewing your Colorado divorce in a positive light

Many Colorado spouses put off filing for a divorce in the belief that the process will be lengthy, contentious and expensive. We delay moving forward in our lives for fear that the dissolution of a marriage must always be a time of negativity and stress. One recently published article, however, urges spouses to reframe the manner in which they think about divorce, and look at the many positives that can come from this transition between married and single.

One significant benefit of ending an unhappy or non-functional marriage is the ability to regain control over one's own life. While married, one's focus is often divided among those within the family, leaving little left over to consider the person's individual needs and goals. When a marriage ends, most people are amazed at the time and energy that is regained, and put those resources to good use in building a future of their own design.

Even if the divorce is not easy, there are still benefits to be gained. Going through a difficult or contentious divorce will show an individual just how strong they are. A great deal of resilience and fortitude can come from forging through a stressful experience. Many people emerge from the divorce process grateful for the experience, and emboldened to take on challenges that they may have previously thought unattainable.

When considering whether to file for a Colorado divorce, the focus should always be on the long-term outcome, not any potential short-term difficulties. Divorce is a process with a distinct beginning, middle and end. Understanding that a new life is waiting on the other side of that process can be key to making the transition as easy as possible.

Source: Huffington Post, "5 Reasons Your Divorce Is a Blessing in Disguise," Honoree Corder, May 20, 2013

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