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How to evolve your relationship with your ex after divorce

When the divorce proceedings are over and done with, a transformation has to take place where you can establish your "new normal" with your ex. If you have children together, this will be especially important. You should make every effort to ensure some sense of stability for the children, so that they know that both parents are working together to support them.

This blog will provide a brief introduction to some tips to ensure that your post divorce relationship with your ex is a strong, stable and supportive one.

It's never too late to make peace

Every relationship, whether it ends in divorce or not, will likely live through heated arguments and nasty fights. Of course, you and your former spouse also had differences that you felt you could not overcome if you decided to seek divorce as an option in the first place. However, it's important to remember that just because you have been through hard times does not mean that you cannot make peace. For the sake of your children, it's crucial to seek mediation if your post-divorce relationship is turbulent.

Can you be friends on the other side?

Once you have been through the grieving process of your failed marriage and have come to some acceptance, it might be time to ask yourself whether you can now attempt some sort of friendship with your former partner. Once the factors that led to divorce are no longer part of the equation, it might be time to work on your relationship as two co-parents that want the very best for their children's future.

Source: 2houses, "reinventing relationships after divorce," accessed Sep. 08, 2017

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