Still More on Perspective
If you’re stuck, change your perspective. What you see from 20,000 feet is very different from what you see from 2 feet. Different perspectives reveal different solutions.
This is especially true with the problems that need to be solved during a divorce. People who make money off of your pain and conflict don’t want you to know this, but there is more than one way to divorce. There are many more than one way to figure out how to make sure everyone is ok financially—or at least as good as they can be—during and after a divorce. There is certainly more than one way to approach co-parenting, spending time with children, and making joint parental decisions after divorce.
Yet, if you approach your divorce in the traditional way, wanting to “fight,” or thinking you need to fight, or having a judge decide what will happen to you, your stuff, and your kids, you will never know all the better options that are available to you.