Why am I so angry after my divorce?
Anger is a common emotion to feel during the divorce experience. It speaks to the intensity of affection you had during your marriage, and when that ended, there was no other way to express the sudden change in the physical, mental, and emotional makeup of your life.
What are the emotional stages of divorce?
There are 5 common emotions people experience during the divorce process. They are often referred to as the 5 stages of grief. They include denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. Naturally, these expand to more nuanced emotions that vary based on your circumstances.
How does divorce affect relationships?
These effects carry into adulthood. When compared with women from intact families, women from divorced families also reported less trust and satisfaction in romantic relationships. Children of divorced parents fear being rejected, and a lack of trust frequently hinders a deepening of their relationship.
What is the most difficult part of divorce?
The hardest part of a divorce is thinking you have a partner for life, and for some period of time actually having that partner, getting used to caring about someone else as much (maybe even more) than you care about yourself… and then one day it just all disappears.