On behalf of South Tampa Law Group posted in divorce on Thursday, June 14, 2018.
Individuals considering ending a marriage may be reluctant to do so because of fear of failure. However, some experts say that divorce can be an indicator of personal success. Whether a person has made a decision to stop suffering or whether his or her personal growth leads them to move on, ending a marriage no longer has to bear the sting of failure. Individuals in Florida may find this a refreshing perspective when contemplating the end of their marriages.
The marriage itself can still be considered successful even if it ends in divorce, experts say. A partnership like a marriage is designed to help people grow, and sometimes, therapists say, individuals grow out of a marriage. When people learn to embrace change, rather than fear it, outcomes are typically better.
The sentiment is echoed among many individuals and marriage experts. Many couples choose to undergo therapy and decide to end the marriage after. In some cases, the tipping point has already been crossed, and the parties are not able or willing to do the work of repairing the marriage. In other cases, the marriage has done what it is designed to do — it has helped the individuals grow personally, and sometimes, the growth leads the two parties onto separate paths.
In Florida, couples choose to divorce every day. Social stigma and shame are less prevalent than in the past, but the effects of these beliefs about marriage can linger. Experts say that this doesn’t have to be the case. Going through a divorce can have some technical and trying steps. For the actual divorce process, many individuals find help when reaching out to an experienced family law attorney