When I got my divorce, almost everyone countered by saying how sorry they were, and I have to admit that I was startled by their reaction. Why should they be sorry for my divorce? They don’t even know why I was getting divorced and then later find out through gossip without asking me and then go make all the negative assumptions.
The glorification of marriage has led to an impression that divorce means defeat.
There is a sweeping observation that divorce are bad and ends with bitterness. They presume that the aftermath of a divorce is dreadful and they don’t want to be in the crossfire.
Divorce is not bad nor it’s a failure. Sure, divorce may be distasteful, but it doesn’t have to be intimidating. It’s just reality when two mortals choose to take different paths.
We must alter our viewpoint and dismiss the gloominess related with divorce. Why should a married couple remain together when they are anguished? Why must they stick together when they could lead improved and more pleasing lives independently? I believe divorce is a welcoming juncture to revive our future and galvanize personal growth towards contentment.
We are not characterized by our past, thus we need to let go of previous perceptions about divorce if it no longer benefit us as individuals.