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The Separation Survival Guide

Everything you need to know about separating and divorcing in Australia:

Separation pathways - DIY, Mediation, Litigation

 

Financial separation

 

Custody

 

Parenting plans

 

DVO

 

Role of a Divorce Coach

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When I was going through separation I was struggling. I suffered emotional pain, blamed my ex and wasn't sure who I was anymore.

Most separated men report these same three reasons for their pain:

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Being unaware of your emotions is like driving 100kph blindfolded.

 

When emotions are going unidentified and unchecked we're not in control and bound to have an accident. Emotions are guides. They need acknowledging, identifying and dealing with. 

The emotional rollercoaster can be stopped.

Wanna know how?

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It's easy to direct anger, fear and confusion towards the partner that initiated the break up. 

 

Blaming your ex for the separation, for your emotions and your life, makes you fall into a victim mentality. A victim is someone who takes no responsibility for their lives. 

Are you a victim?

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Separation means losing more than just your partner. It's also means losing access to kids, changing homes and effecting your work.

This leads to a loss of our identities such as a family man, husband, father and provider. When these identities are stripped back, most separating men are left with a void.

Do you feel the same?

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