Making the decision to get remarried, after having been married and divorced takes courage. Depending on your experience, both with the marriage and with the divorce process, you may want to wait a good long while before considering remarriage. The choice is personal, but there are some tips that can be applied in nearly any situation, such as taking the time needed to accept the divorce before moving on to a new romantic interest.
Advice on this topic can come from a variety of sources. Your friends and family likely have an opinion, as do your co-workers. If you are seeing a counselor or therapist, they can also help you decide when the time is right for remarriage. Another source of information comes from a somewhat unlikely place; a celebrity. Actress Jane Seymour has this to say about the likelihood she’ll remarry:
- Seymour’s split from husband James Keach, after twenty years of marriage, was “really, really, really hard”.
- The pair still work together for charity, and will continue to do so.
- In the meantime, Seymour is content to date her new flame and has no plans to get married.
The actress’ decision came after considering her circumstances, and realizing that there is a bigger picture. Seymour and her ex-husband co-parent their children, and have found a way to smoothly transition from a married couple, to a divorced couple. The pair decided to put their energy and their focus on their kids, while still moving on with new lives. This story is a good example of getting past a painful divorce, but to a happy place in life. There is nothing special about a celebrity divorce, and if they can find peace after divorce you can too. Call our office today to discuss the unique factors of your case.
For answers to your questions about divorce, consult a qualified legal professional. Let us put our experience to work for you. Call The Sampair Group in Phoenix and the West Valley today.