A blog about relationships has a piece written by a divorced man. The writer compares losing a person to divorce to losing one to death. He acknowledges there is a major difference, as the divorced person is still alive. Nevertheless, he contends the pain is similar, as well as the longing for the other person. He also says he will always have questions about the ex-spouse that he has about a deceased person. The writer includes a photo of himself displaying a snapshot of his children.
- Divorce is the toughest type of loss a person can go through.
- Divorce is like grieving the death of someone. Either way you a grieving the loss of someone.
- Divorce leaves a mental termoil that is hard to overcome.it leaves you confused and sad.
“There are a trillion factors that come into play when you’re going through the pain of divorce, and oftentimes those factors tend to dictate where your mind is at.”