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I Want to Stop My Divorce Even Though He Cheated - What You Need to do Next

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So you are laying there at night and thinking to yourself, “I want to stop my divorce even
though he cheated.” Your separation has given you time to think and you know in your heart
this is the right thing for you to do. But how do you go about stopping a divorce at this point?

At times, wouldn’t it be nice if we could just distance ourselves from those who cause us pain
or emotional trauma. It would certainly make love and relationships that much easier at times,
wouldn’t it.

There is actually an old Chinese proverb pertaining to “yin and yang.” The point of the proverb
being that two things that may seem to be polar opposites tend to rely on each other. For
example, pleasure and pain. It is impossible to know the difference between one or the other
without experiencing both. They create points of reference.

The relevance of this proverb to love is that without going through some of the painful
moments that come about in any long term relationship, it is not possible to truly appreciate
and thoroughly enjoy the exquisite moments.

So back to your reason for reading this article in the first place. You want to stop your divorce
even though your husband cheated. Let’s look at the steps you can take to start moving
forward to accomplishing your goal:

- Take time to reflect and remember the good times spent between you and your husband.
Begin to concentrate on the positive memories to help ease whatever negative emotions you
are experiencing from his affair. This will enable you to put yourself in a better mindset to move
forward and create new memories with him again should you indeed reconcile.

- This may seem obvious, but you need to reach out to him and let him know that you are
willing to work things out. Imagine the regret you would feel had you simply assumed that he
knew that, only to continue on with the divorce and move on with his life.

- You do not want to rush things. Generally during a separation, both spouses are able to take
time to digest the ramifications of what divorce actually means. As the effects of a possible
divorce begin to fully be thought through by your husband, often times the negative aspect of
the possibility will work to your favor and work to have him reconsider.
These are just some very basic first steps when you are seeking to stop my divorce even though he
cheated. If you are serious about getting him back, before you do anything else, you need to
check out the free video found here: http://www.learnhowtogetyourexback.info.

HR Maguire is dedicated to helping people resolve their relationship and marital issues. His
articles are a must read for anyone who is looking to either salvage or further enhance their
relationship.

				
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Description: So you are laying there at night and thinking to yourself, “I want to stop my divorce even though he cheated.” Your separation has given you time to think and you know in your heart this is the right thing for you to do. But how do you go about stopping a divorce at this point?