54% of British citizens who had divorced ended up regretting their decision.
(PRWEB) September 17, 2014
As an online divorce service, MyDivorcePapers.com (MDP) keeps up with the latest trends in divorce research to provide a better experience for their clients.
Referencing a recent study conducted in Britain, MDP found that 54% of British citizens who had divorced ended up regretting their decision.
In the spirit of this research, MDP has put together a new tip sheet showing those considering the divorce papers how they can avoid remorse.
Tip One: Fight For The Marriage.
Many couples make the mistake of signing the papers at the first sign of trouble. Explains a MDP representative: "Regret usually occurs when a person wakes up and thinks, 'I could have done more to save the marriage.' While you may feel too tired and resolved to ending the marriage, don't do so until you have really looked at the situation, and you're sure that you made every effort to improve the relationship on your end."
Tip Two: Don't Make Rash Decisions.
By "rash decisions," MDP is urging those considering divorce forms not to move forward on that decision if they are in the middle of a high stress life situation, such as raising a newborn or getting laid off at work.
"When you are dealing with high levels of stress in your normal life, you can't expect to make the best decisions," said the representative."If tensions are high between you and your spouse, give it time and work through the tough parts together. Give it a sincere effort, and if you still feel like divorce is the answer after weathering the storm, then you are in a better position to move forward without fear of regret.”
Tip Three: Don't Make It About Revenge.
MDP points out that many divorces are later regretted when one or both parties have made the fight personal."When you are lashing out at one another, the divorce becomes about vengeance rather than improving your life. It can even get to the point where you would rather hurt yourself if it meant hurting the other person," said the representative.
"This is an incredibly destructive way of approaching your divorce, especially when there are children involved. And if you pursue this path, I can guarantee you that you will end up regretting it."
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