How To Help A Friend Cope With Divorce


Learn how to be a good friend at a time when a new divorcee needs you most.

6. Spend time with your friend independent of your significant other. Although your recently divorced friend might thoroughly enjoy the company of your significant other, spending time exclusively with couples can easily lead to feeling like a “third wheel.” Minimize this tendency by setting aside time to spend with your friend alone. The dynamic fostered by this “one-on-one” experience will also open up streams of conversation that might go untapped in the presence of your significant other. "Relief" Divorce:" Avoid The Trap!

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