WATCH LIVE 10:00 PM: Life After Divorce- Part 1 | Rabbi YY Jacobson

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Life After Divorce

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In this series, we will be exploring a variety of topics including:

1. The initial hurt and the healing process.
2. The fighting in court and beis din.
3. Feeling abandoned by former family and friends.
4. Feeling estranged from the community.
5. Navigating your children’s journey.
6. Dealing with parental alienation.
7. The withholding of a get.
8. The appropriate time to explore dating and remarriage.
9. Navigating second marriages and the challenges of blending families.

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  1. Never say couples divorce too easily. There is no “easy” – it’s agonizing and life changing. It’s a terrible thing when someone refuses to date a child of divorced parents. When someone has suffered, it shapes and refines their character. It may reinforce their determination to be a better spouse.

  2. Tammy unfortunately those standards and sensitivities don’t exist anymore in our community as they once did.
    I guess that has advantages and disadvantages.

  3. Can anyone recommend a book to read of this nature? All suggestions will be greatly appreciated. Kol Tuv to Klal Yisrael. Only good things.

  4. @Tammy
    Tragedies, terrorist attacks, every crisis imagined,pesach “getaways” do belong on public forums? But divorce advice does not? Divorce is not like teeth, “If you ignore them they go away”. Time for the community to face the reality, and face it like mentchen!

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