Divorces are unquestionably difficult. No one joins a relationship with the expectation that it will end one day. Some marriages, despite all of the love, sacrifices, changes, and efforts, end tragically. Divorces are painful for both couples, but there are many lessons to be learned from them. If you ever want to date someone again, these lessons might come in handy. Here are some priceless lessons acquired by five women who divorced in their twenties.
1. Life continues to go on
“Your marriage did not bring the world to an end. You’ll still have festivals and birthdays to celebrate, and you’ll make it through them all. Also, the lives of the people you care about will move on. When they stop asking how you’re doing, don’t be sad or discouraged. Don’t assume that their lack of checking means they don’t care about you.”
2. My marriage was not a blunder.
“People who tell me that my marriage was a mistake because I married so young irritate me. At the moment, I was in love, and I will never regret it. I’m thankful for the years I spent with my ex-husband and all of the ways he helped me grow as a person.”
3. My divorce was a success.
“Divorce is incorrectly viewed in society as a failed attempt at love. It must understand that the objective of any romance does not have to be eternal. My ex-husband will always be a part of me, and I am proud of myself for walking away from a relationship that was no longer healthy for either of us.”
4. I’m still interested for dating.
“It was quite tough for me to reveal that I had previously been married to the person I am currently dating. I told him about it, uncomfortably. His politeness and understanding, on the other hand, astounded me. He expressed his admiration for my candour. He also stated that he was looking forward to dating a woman who knows what she wants and doesn’t want in her next relationship!”
5. I am adored and lovable no matter what!
“My family and friends love me despite the fact that I am alone. This is something I try to remind myself of on a regular basis. All of my relatives, including my parents, grandparents, cousins, and friends, adore me. Without any vows or a ring exchange, these folks choose to love me every day. Today, I am surrounded by an ocean of love.”