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Hello- Thank you for asking the question here at JustAnswer. I have read what you have written and am happy to respond.
I am sorry to hear about the anger that remains as result of your divorce. This is very normal and I commend you for asking for help in this difficult situation.
One mantra that is useful and came from one of my Child Psychiatry Mentors is "When kids are involved, there is no such thing as divorce"
That does not mean to say that you cannot resolve your feelings of anger as a result and learn how to cope with the future.
I think you will find lots of good information regarding this process at the following website:
It has helped many women in your situation deal with anger and anguish after a divorce. It also has links to help regarding child issues.
I wish you the best at this difficult time.
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As you might imagine, I have read countless materials on both Divorce and Forgiveness. But none seem to address how to deal with offenders that continue to offend, AND you cannot remove them from your life (given the coparenting).
Do you have specific insight into this aspect of divorce interactions?
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