New Option for BridesWritten by Anthony Chisom
Brides, There is a New Choice
Brides there is a new choice when you are looking to plan that dream wedding, Anthony Chisom and his business Anthony Chisom Interiors.
Anthony Chisom is a Wedding/Event Planner and Floral Designer in Dallas, Texas that works with Brides on planning details of their "Special Day".
Anthony and his business Anthony Chisom Interiors is located at 2902 Maple Avenue in Uptown area in Dallas, Texas. Anthony also has a website, anthonychisominteriors.com that potential clients may reach him through. The business location also offers one of a kind gifts, accessoreies and plants. The hours are Mon-Sat. 9am-6pm, or by appointment.
Divorce--When "Forever" Is Just Too LongWritten by Larry Denton
Are you unhappy with your spouse and your marriage? Are you seriously thinking about divorce? No matter how you deal with it, divorce is a messy process. When two people, who have taken a vow to stay together forever, decide that forever is much too long, hurt feelings, resentment and bitterness are to be expected. The first step is to remember that you are not first couple to have marital problems--even Adam and Eve had some severe set backs.
According to U. S. government statistics, one out of every two marriages will end in divorce or annulment. Many problems can lead to decision to divorce. Personal selfishness, adultery, disrespect of a spouse, inattentiveness in relationship, being argumentative, dishonesty, money issues, or difficulties in raising children-- all can be catalyst which sparks a desire for separation.
It is possible that seeds of divorce are sown even before a couple says "I do." Research shows that certain relationship skills, or lack of them, can help predict whether people are headed for happiness or a difficult dissolution. Research by Mari L. Clements, an assistant professor of clinical psychology at Fuller Theological Institute in Pasadena, CA shows that "The ones who stayed happily married were likely to handle conflict constructively. Even in midst of a difficult issue in their relationship, they were likely to treat each other with respect."
Grounds for divorce vary from couple to couple and from state to state. Marriage, realistically, is as much a legal contract as it is a personal relationship. Most states now offer some form of uncontested (no-fault) divorces which are popular because they are easy and inexpensive. There is no single reason for divorce. Sometimes, couples simply grow apart.
No matter what cause of divorce, key to a successful divorce is communication. This means removing your emotions. Many times, couples facing divorce allow their emotions rather than logic to dictate their discussions and their decisions. Think of divorce as a lesson in patience and endurance. The biggest divorce settlement tip--focus on long-term outcome, not small-time details. "Who gets Grandma's tea service?", is not nearly as important as "how do we raise our children?"