I could not have said this better myself.
“I divorced my husband not because I didn’t love him. I divorced him because I loved myself more. There are many reasons we did not make it. But the main one is that we had incompatible visions of our roles as partners and parents.”
Divorce is hard, sad, heartwrenching at best, acrimonious and soul sucking at worst. This is a positive perspective on a difficult experience I’m sure many will resonate with:
This article discusses how divorce can be an act of radical self-love and find the upside of things when facing a traumatic event (insert the link to the main article).
Many see divorce in a negative way due to religious influence, culture, and the like. Many couples feel that they have failed their relationship, family, friends, and community when they opt for divorce.
Although some studies have found divorce can negatively affect the children involved, divorce and therapy can help heal both parties and their children.