What is our gentler divorce?
Our Gentler Divorce is about bringing about change and healing in the divorce process through positivity, awareness and compassion. We do this by helping people realize just how much they have to gain from divorcing in a healthy manner, how our community can support them, and then enabling them to make that change for themselves. We help divorces go well with True Divorce in an unfunded endeavor that relies on volunteers for their time and expertise.
It’s not enough to talk honestly about what hurts – we want people to feel the pain too – but it’s so important they don’t let it ruin their life or continue hurting others long after the divorce is over. When it comes to divorce, the amount of pain people feel is a direct result of the number of divorces they’ve experienced. That’s sad, but not surprising. This much painful history has left us feeling overwhelmed and scared. This fear and uncertainty can be overwhelming, but if you’ve been in the dating scene for a while you might have also noticed that there are profound differences between a relationship that lasts and one that ends so abruptly.
What is the purpose?
This is about giving everyone the tools to feel better regardless of what happens, regardless of how well or badly the divorce goes. The more we can help divorces go well, the less people suffer and the happier they will be. And that’s what it’s all about. This is a social movement rooted in positivity, awareness and compassion for everyone involved. It’s based on bringing awareness of all the resources available for divorces to go well, showing the difference between a good divorce and a bad one. Proactively seeking support is what makes it possible.
What is our gentler divorce community?
Our gentler divorce community is made up of those who are seeking a healthy divorce under the guidance of a positive, compassionate and healing community. Our three main goals are to: Help divorces go well by showing what kind of support we can provide Overall positivity for everyone and Everyone who wants to be a part of the movement. There’s no membership fee – our only cost is membership in this website which allows us to help you find all the resources available on Divorce Nexus. To become a member, send an email to [email protected] with your name and email address. This way we’ll know you want to be part of the movement. Being there for each other is what makes our gentler divorce a movement.
What are the benefits?
This is a chance to make your divorce go well without breaking the bank. And unlike most things that are free, there’s no catch. Our only cost is being part of this website and you can be part of it even if you don’t feel ready to fully commit at the moment – though we hope your membership will grow over time as you become more involved in the community. This will help us determine just how much support we should provide before asking for your time and expertise.
You can also be part of the gentler divorce community without ever needing to see our website. If you’ve been in the dating scene for a while, you may have noticed that there are profound differences between a relationship that lasts and one that ends so abruptly. Likewise, if you have been divorced before and know what it feels like just to be in a relationship long enough to get married, there’s one thing we can all agree on – life is better when couples stick around through divorce.
How is it different?
I think it’s pretty clear how much more painful divorce can be when things go badly. The opposite isn’t true – when things go well people often feel very optimistic, satisfied and excited. There is also a lot more information available on Divorce Nexus than anywhere else – as well as success stories, guides and tips for creating a divorce that goes well. And we have all the resources for divorces that don’t go well, to help them go better the next time.
The main difference is our gentler divorce community offers positive, supportive inspiration regardless of what happens in the divorce. Our goal is to help divorces go well by showing they can involve positivity instead of negativity. This creates confidence, better decision-making and a generally happier experience – all things that make it easier to take the right steps when you are ready.
What are the advantages?
This is an unfunded endeavor that relies solely on volunteers. People make it what it is and their time and expertise are the only things we need in order for this to work. By inviting divorces to go well, we have removed the pressure from them to just ‘get over it’ and move on. Instead, our group helps people appreciate the opportunity to turn their divorce into a chance for self-improvement by leaving a situation that hurts them sooner rather than later. This allows people experiencing some pain from divorce to feel safe exploring ways to improve both themselves and their lives once they’ve made the decision to divorce.