When you begin to contemplate divorce, a wide array of scenarios will likely play out in your mind. Will you and your spouse have one of those bitter, drawn out divorces or will you be able to discuss issues, find ways to compromise and resolve disputes?
Many people have this misconception about divorce, in that they think there is no way to complete a divorce without it being a drawn out, upsetting and stressful affair. This is the way divorce is portrayed, but it doesn't have to be this way -- even if some divorces do go down this road.
When the word "divorce" is thrown into a conversation, it is quite likely that everyone involved immediately starts thinking about the "doom and gloom" of divorce. It is inherent to the matter of divorce, or so we have been told our entire life. Obviously, divorce isn't necessarily something anyone wants to do. It's not at the top of a bucket list or anything. But, the divorce process doesn't have to be an excruciating, drawn-out and painful experience as it is so often portrayed.
Nowadays, many people have a tendency to go to their Facebook or Twitter profiles immediately after something happens and rant and rave about it. We could get into the fact that many people do this without thinking -- without truly considering the consequences of what they type and post in such a public space -- but let's try to keep this story focused on how social media can impact a divorce or the people involved in that divorce.