Remaining amicable through a divorce is extremely difficult. The process tends to bring out the worst in people. With so many important issues to sort through – child support and custody, alimony, division of assets,etc. – it’s easy to lose control of your emotions.
Not to mention, it’s not easy coming to terms with the fact that your marriage didn’t work out. It’s only natural to want to point fingers at your ex-spouse and blame her for your current situation.
Unfortunately, no good can come from playing the blame game in divorce and doing so can delay your recovery and prevent you from moving on with the next chapter of your life. Divorce coach Karen Finn joins DadsDivorce Live to explain why blaming your ex is so detrimental and to offer tips on how to carry the appropriate attitude through your divorce.