Simplybadmouthing your ex is likely to hurt your kids more than your husband, even if you don't think they hear or read what you say.
"Anything written online about an ex-spouse will exist forever—when the children are old enough to read," cautions Newman.7.
Psychotherapist Pandora Mac Lean-Hoover, who's divorced, also suggests finding a therapist who knows firsthand how vulnerable you are."Therapists who haven't experienced divorce often create false hope," in regards to recovering quickly."It's important to have support that's educated as well as therapeutic."2. "I used a criminal attorney and got a poor settlement," admits Christine K. On the other hand, a lawyer who's well-versed in family law could get you a better settlement because she knows the state-law nuances and local judges and lawyers, says Jacqueline Newman, a partner at a boutique New York City law firm specializing in divorce.If additional documentation is required for financial aid, you will be notified by student email and postal mail.Submit your information as soon as possible to avoid processing delays.