The weather has started getting cooler, and the holiday season is just around the corner. This time of year is meant to be filled with joy, presents, and lots of food. While your kids may be focused only on candy, turkey, and Santa, if you're considering divorce, you likely have other things on your mind.
The holidays can exacerbate feelings of frustration in your marriage. If you're married to a narcissist, as many of our clients are, your spouse may be great at putting on a show for others. They may show up right when it's time to cut the turkey or give out presents. But who made the turkey and spent the last two days cooking? Who went to three different stores to find the exact gift your daughter's been wanting and stayed up late wrapping everything? It can feel like you're doing all the work and your spouse swoops in at the last second to get all the credit.
I see too many folks singlehandedly doing everything for their families with little to no help from their spouses, especially during the holidays. Healthy marriages, however, involve both spouses' contributions - and not just when it's convenient or fun. If you're considering divorce and would like to talk through your options with an attorney, please feel free to call our office.
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