Taking Accountability and Responsibility During Your Divorce


Most of the difficulty for people who have the hardest time dealing with divorce comes from where their focus is. A lot of times, people are directing their attention at the other person’s actions or personality, something that you really don’t have any control over, as opposed to focusing on themselves, which is something you have all the control over. Hamid and Mary discuss what it means to be 100% accountable and responsible for your life before, during and after divorce.

Formula:  E + R = O 

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