For many, the ending of a marriage is filled with a range of emotions that may be as broad as the menu at a good diner. In my divorce mediation and collaborative divorce practice, I observe this variety of feelings by one or both spouses.
Most often, I see fear and anger.
A typical client consultation will include this statement, “I/We have never done this (divorced) before.” For the unwilling spouse, whose world has been rocked, a lifetime commitment to a marriage is on the verge of dissolving. For both spouses, there is often an underlying current of uncertainty.
Read the rest of David’s article to learn how reducing uncertainty can reduce fear and anger.