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How Your Children Learn From Divorce

   Many parents worry about divorce and how it will affect their children. While the process of divorce is painful for everyone in the family, it doesn't mean getting a divorce is a bad thing. One way the collaborative process is benefiting families is by allowing parents to set custody rules that are most beneficial to all. The custody of their children is NOT left up to a judge or third-party in the collaborative process. It is easy to point out how divorce can create negative feelings and emotions, but there is lots to be learned and things that can be gained from a divorce. In an article published by the Huffington Post, teens explain some of the positive things they took out of their parents divorces. The appreciation of happiness for their parents and the ability to have an even bigger family than before

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Learning About True Love From Your Divorce

Being married and having a family can teach people a lot about themselves such as who they are and what they want to become as move forward in life. Sometimes life doesn't unfold as planned and staying with one partner for the rest of your lifetime may not be what is right for you. In an emotional post about life and love, Jami Tennille talks about learning the true meaning of love after her divorce from her ex-husband. 
'Love and family is not defined by a marriage certificat or by guidelines set by anyone else. Love is acceptance and nutruing of each other's happiness.'
An important thing to remember when beginning a legal partnership with another person is the love that you have for that person. While no one wants to see themselves going through a

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Mother Opens Up About Toughest Part Of Divorce

  When two people end a marriage, often there are more than two people affected by the situation. In a recent post to the Huffington Post Parents Blog, a mother talks about her divorce and the hardest part about it. When children are involved it can make separation a much more difficult situation. Margaret Jacobsen remembers the night she told her two children that she and her husband were separating.
The night we told them we were separating, she curled herself up in a corner of the bathroom, crying softly. We asked her if she was OK, to which she responded, 'Yes, I'm just sad. I didn't want to be that family that lived in two different houses. You both were supposed to stay together. I didn't want Beck and I to be those kids

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