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Stop Being Bitter After Divorce

written by Martha Bodyfelt March 19, 2019
Stop Being Bitter After Divorce

Do you feel bitter after your divorce?

How do you stop feeling bitter when your marriage has ended?

Feeling bitter after divorce is all too common. There are financial issues, co-parenting, and emotional roller-coasters to ride that can leave us feeling exhausted, wondering if we’ll ever move on and feel happy. Among these stressors, one of the most challenging obstacles to overcome when recovering from a divorce is one that can grab hold of even the most patient of people: resentment and bitterness.

Resentment and Bitterness

Resentment is nasty. What makes it so ugly is that it has a tendency to turn you, an otherwise kind and reasonable person, into someone who is so angry at their own life situation that it is impossible to recover.

Bitterness and resentment make it hard even for the people who love you to be around you. Resentment makes it hard for you to focus on all the good stuff you have going on in your life. And bitterness keeps you from moving on. Definitely not what you want or deserve.

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