Divorce and Law of Emotions: What's the correlation?
The success of your divorce will rely on how will you adopt the Law of Emotions into your life right now.
So, let me read you a little excerpt from a phenomenal book by Brian Tracy. It says: “The law of emotions states that 100% of your decisions and subsequent actions are based on emotion. You are largely emotional or 90% emotional and 10% logical, as has been assumed. You are completely emotional. Everything you do is based on an emotion of some kind. Your emotions are the energizing forces behind your thoughts. The more intensely you feel something, the greater affect that thought or circumstance will have on your life.
Emotion is like an electric fire or current which can be either constructive or destructive, depending on how it’s used.” This is probably the most important thing that I always talk about in divorce. If you go into your divorce fully emotional- always focusing on your emotions rather than on logic, then all your decisions that you’re going to be making, you will likely end up regretting. Why? Because your emotions are the one that are deciding for you, what you should do and how you should it. Because your fears, your anxiety, your worries, your concerns are dictating your future for you at that moment. And when things start to calm down, you will start to realize… wait a minute… I actually shouldn’t have made that decision… that decision was coming from a bad place and I should have made a more logical decision that would have brought me to a better place right now. So, when a lot of us make emotional decisions- in hindsight, we say “that was a terrible decision to make”. You have to remember that- that is something that people often do when it comes to divorce. And if you want to divorce the RIGHT way- if you want to divorce in a more peaceful manner, you need to learn to detach yourself from the emotions when you’re negotiating, when you’re talking to the other parent or your ex-spouse, when you’re trying to figure out what is going to happen in the future. Right? So, you have to learn how to instill logic and then separate the emotion from your decision.
So, if you want to learn how to do this more, we talk about this in length in Divorce by Rose, a Divorce Community APP that was specifically created for parents who are contemplating divorce or newly separated. I invite you to join our course “5 Key Strategies to AVOID a Nasty Divorce”. In this course we talk about emotions and logic and 4 other amazing strategies that I know will make a huge difference in your separation and divorce. And you know why? Because I didn’t do these things and I researched it after realizing how many mistakes I’d made along the way and I realized that if I would have done these 5 things, my whole divorce would have looked completely different. So, here I am transferring the information over to you guys.
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