Two people who once vowed to spend the rest of their lives together may suddenly view one another as enemies, or at least as deficient or irresponsible parents.
The groundwork is laid for years of angry, difficult encounters – anger that refusal to help pay for school clothes.
Or your child may come to you complaining that her mom is refusing to pay for her prom dress – as she had promised.
If they witness civility and peace, they will be a resource of peace in an already angry world. All of the injuries that the divorce process creates can cause parents to demonize their ex-partners, to deny their humanity and their vulnerability, or to forget that there was a time when spending the rest of their life with this person was the most important thing in the world.A wonderful scenario for children who are losing the nest as they have known it.For a very real percentage of divorcing parents, however, the process of parting and the years that follow involve the cascade of frustrating, infuriating, and hurtful exchanges.His acrimonious divorce from Amber Heard, after just 15 months of marriage, was finalized in January.And Johnny Depp, 53, is ready to look to the future now, with sources close to the actor saying he's getting his life back to normal and is even dating.'He is taking work seriously and seems healthy,' a source close to the star revealed to People.'He spends time with his kids and is dating a bit.' they added.
TMG claim they told Depp his monthly expenses of $2 million were unsustainable.