Have you heard of a divorce ceremony healing party? Well, if you haven’t I’ll fill you in with this article. But listen, don’t beat yourself if it touches a cord and you end up as a divorcee. Severe marital discord is at the root of a divorce.
Sometimes, the unavoidable result of a relationship breakup or problems in a marriage is divorce. What’s more, it can be one of the most stressful and painful experiences of your life.
That’s why a divorce ceremony or separation party is liberating and significant. It will help you break the shackles of a failed marriage, heal, accept the split and lessen the pain so you can move forward. Let’s look at some interesting facts and ideas for a divorce ceremony. Keep reading…
Divorce ceremony healing party
The wonderful journey of marriage
The wonderful journey of marriage begins when both partners exhibit love, happiness and commitment. And the truth is, marriage may not end the way you anticipated. Sadly, throughout the journey, your expectations, perception of love hopes and outlooks take different routes.
Leaving a long-term relationship
Can I tell you something that you’re probably thinking? I haven’t been through a divorce. But I tell you what – I have many friends who have. So, just like I felt their pain and was their shoulder to cry on, I need to share these thoughts with you if you’re leaving a long-term relationship.
Invaluable moral support from family and close Friends
Remember, ending what was once a loving and caring relationship is like bereavement. Therefore, it’s natural for you to grieve. Marked with the ritual of a celebration of life, you can commemorate the loss of your loved one. And this brings closure and acceptance. So, why not mark the end of your married life or partnership with a party? Better still, celebrate the start of your new single life with a healing ceremony.
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Divorce Decree Absolute
Let’s face it, guaranteed is nothing in life. And your marriage or civil partnership may not stand the test of time either. Perhaps the spirit and energy has fizzled out. This is a difficult stage. And you feel unhappy and frustrated. And it all boils down to this; it’s harder and more distressing if you have children. They will also feel the blow.
Divorce – disillusion of marriage
Secondly, here is a little background information. According to Wikipedia; “Divorce, also known as dissolution of marriage, is the termination of a marriage or marital union, the canceling or reorganizing of the legal duties and responsibilities of marriage, thus dissolving the bonds of matrimony between a married couple under the rule of law of the particular country or state.
The healing party is the beginninf of a new life
Divorce laws vary considerably around the world, but in most countries divorce requires the sanction of a court or other authority in a legal process, which may involve issues of alimony (spousal support), child custody, child visitation / access, parenting time, child support, distribution of property, and division of debt. In most countries, divorce allows the woman to marry another person. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Divorce
Ritual to mark the end of married life and beginning of single life
Consider this fact, in society there are ceremonies and rituals to mark most of life’s central and milestone events, such as births, graduations, marriages, funerals and naming ceremonies for example. On top of that, there are special symbolic ceremonies to signify the transition from childhood to adulthood, even housewarming parties to celebrate moving to a new home.
Leaving parties to say goodbye to someone
We also have leaving parties to say goodbye to someone. So, why is it that we hardly recognize the painful, spiritual and emotional process of divorce? This is a crucial time for encouraging and supporting a friend or family member. What better way to do this than through a ceremony or party.
Healing party with help of a family celebrant or close friends
It doesn’t matter when you plan a healing party, nor if the celebration is a serious or fun one. This can take place before or after you get your decree. By now you’ll be wondering, what is a divorce ceremony? A family celebrant or friend can carry out a divorce ceremony. It’s a sensitive issue. Either you can attend on your own or together with your ex-partner from the marriage, especially if the separation was amicable. This gives both of you a chance to peacefully focus on the symbolism of the moment.
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