If you’re facing an unwanted divorce, you’re undoubtedly dreaming about the day when he says, “You’re right, I DO want to be with you forever.”
You’re probably also dreading the day that he finally says, “No really. I’ve moved on. It’s over.”
But, as today’s guest expert and psychology writer tells us, coming to the table with hard facts on what divorce can do to you, him and your children could be key in stopping your divorce – or as in her case – winning your husband back even after divorce:
An Unnecessary Divorce
I woke up one day to find myself divorced. Yet today I am joyously remarried to my ex-husband. We’d have never divorced if we had the information then, that we have now.
First, our divorce was unnecessary. Like so many others, we didn’t have all the information we needed when we decided to divorce. Tragically, I learned about this crucial info post divorce. But I approached my ex-husband, and he listened. We reconciled. We remarried.
Ask your husband for a time out. Learn about the risks of divorce (for you, him, and your children), and the astonishing tools and research coming from human attachment science that help couples uncover and restore their primal love bond to emotional vibrancy. Share this with him; it may be the most important thing you’ll ever do.
— Rachel Clark, Science writer and blogger at Pyschology Today
Thanks for sharing your story, Rachel!
A time out, or at least a physical separation can give both of you the time to collect your thoughts and emotions – and the proper information to make the best decision for yourselves and your families.