I’m not going to tell you that you have to be the “nice guy,” during your divorce.
It can be very hard when you come to the realization that your divorce IS happening. One of the keys, in this situation, is to focus on making a plan and then turn that plan into action. Having supports during this time is very important, as is staying “connected,” with those supporters. They are there to help you, and hold you accountable. Achieve your “divorce goals.”
You should have a plan, from that plan you’ll have deadlines, from those deadlines, you’ll have tasks.
Go Get It Done!
There will be “bumps in the road.” I’ve been there. There are always changes and challenges as we move through our daily routines. This isn’t going to change now that you’re going through a divorce too. However, these challenges are merely opportunities for you to be successful.
Is it the random accusation of being (a) drunk, is it that you’re just a bad person, is it a credit card fraud, maybe it’s an IRS audit; no matter the challenge, as long as you stay focused on your Goals and Objectives and stick to your Core Values you will be able to successfully adapt to these changes and challenges and overcome each and every one of them.