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6 Ways to Tell Your Loved Ones You're Getting a Divorce

Telling your loved ones you're getting a divorce is never an easy task to do. Here are 6 ways to help you inform your loved ones while still being in control.


Divorce can be an incredibly difficult and emotional experience, and it can be particularly daunting to tell your closest family and friends that you are getting a divorce. To help make this process a little easier, here are five tips to consider when breaking the news:


1) Be Honest and Open: Be honest about why you and your spouse are getting a divorce and be open to discussing the situation with your loved ones. It’s important to remember that they are likely going to have questions and be feeling emotional themselves, so be prepared to answer questions and provide reassurance.


2) Pick a Private Place: Choose a private place to have the conversation, such as a park, a quiet cafe, or your home. This will help ensure that your conversation is not overheard or interrupted.


3) Be Respectful: When breaking the news, be respectful and considerate of your loved ones’ feelings. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be honest, but it is important to be mindful of the emotions that the news may stir up.


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4) Reassure Them: Let your loved ones know that while your marriage is ending, your relationship with them is still important and will continue. If you have children, emphasize that you will both continue to be involved in their lives.


5) Ask for Support: Ask your loved ones for their support and understanding. They may not agree with your decision to divorce, but they can still be there to provide you with emotional support.


6) Set Boundaries: This is going to be a difficult transition so set boundaries with your family that make you comfortable. Tell your family if you want them to bash your ex or not, and how often they can do it. It is okay to set boundaries even with the people you love the most.


No matter how you decide to tell your loved ones about your divorce, it’s important to remember that you are not alone. It can be difficult to go through this process, but it can also be an opportunity for growth and healing.


If you're ready to tell your family but aren't sure what the best method would be for you, reach out to me so that I can help you discover the best plan of action. You deserve to have a support network! Click here to book a FREE 30-minute call with me so that we can dive into what divorce coaching is and how I can best support you during this transition.

 

I wish you the best during this hard time, and I want you to know that I am here to support you every step of the way. I've been in your shoes before and I know what it's like to feel like you don't have the support system you once did.


This is why I was propelled into this role of a Divorce Coach so that I could help other women who were in the same situation as I was. I want women to feel like they always have an ally during their divorce no matter what.


I hope to see you on my calendar for a call soon!

Nanette


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