Resolving Disputes

February 20th, 2015

When you put two different people together, it is normal for there to be disagreements. Some people find that these disputes become too much for their relationships to be sustained in a marriage and make the decision to dissolve the marriage.

Just because a marriage is ending, these disagreements do not end. It is normal for people to get defensive and find themselves on opposing sides throughout divorce and even after. Each feels that they can eventually convince the other party to see things the way they do.

As you enter the divorce process, it is important to begin to look at the actual nature of the arguments and find ways to avoid them. This is because the cycle of disagreements can make the process messier than it needs to be. In the disagreement cycle, no one is listening and nothing is getting resolved. If this cycle is continued, it can make it very hard on everyone involved for years to come. This can be especially painful if there are children involved.

A great way to begin this process is to attempt to see things from the other person’s perspective. It is important to understand that while you do not like certain things about someone else, it is not your responsibility to change them.

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