What to Divorce When You are Divorcing: Caring About What Your Ex/Spouse Has to Say

Do you want to know how you will know that you are really ready to move on after your marriage ends?

You will no longer be interested in what your ex/spouse has to say about anything other than matters directly related to your children or shared finances. And whenever he starts talking about anything other than these things, you will stop listening and allow his words to enter into one ear and exit out of the other.

And since your ex/spouse is not your lawyer, when you are really ready to move on you will ignore whatever he has to say about the outcome of any pending legal claims. And unless your ex/spouse is your priest, pastor or spiritual advisor, when you are really ready to move on, you will not give a flying fig what he has to say about your personal conduct or character and you will not dignify any comments he may have about these things with a response.

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