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Finding ways to move on after your marriage ends

Moving on after your marriage ends can be difficult. There are many things that might make it hard to do this, so you have to make sure that you aren't sabotaging your ability to move forward with your life. Some of these can be hard to tackle, but they will be worth it in the end.

One of the most important things that you can do is to accept that the marriage is over. You might wish that things were different, but they aren't. Think carefully about what led to the end of the relationship so you can move on.

Another thing that might affect your ability to enjoy your life is holding grudges. No matter what your ex did, forgive them. When you hold on to anger, you are giving that person control over you. This means that you can't let go since they are still residing in your mind and heart.

You should resist the urge to keep everything the same as it was during your marriage. You need to set up your life how you want it now. This isn't easy to do since you might be so accustomed to doing things a certain way. While you don't have to change everything, think about what aspects of your life you don't truly enjoy and change those.

Mutual friends might also make it hard to move on. They might always want to give you updates on your ex. If you want to remain friends with them, let them know that you wish your ex the best but that you don't want to try to keep up with them now.

Remember that your single life is one that you can create as you want it. You don't have to worry about what others want. Just make sure that you get the divorce settlement that can help you to start your life out on the right foot.

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