Why Living Arrangement Should Definitely Change When Couples Decide To Separate

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Not all splits end up in physical separation. Sometimes financial, philosophical, or familial, constraints force couples who’ve decided to separate to live in the same house and still sleep in the same bed. In this article, Jackie Pilossoph gives us her two cents in on how these relationships can work.

This set up increases the likelihood of couples of getting back together. It’s a really good thing when that happens but there are also some serious drawbacks. “If they have told their kids they are separating, then the kids are either completely confused, or are assuming their parents have changed their minds and are getting back together,” she writes.

There are many more reasons why this arrangement isn’t likely to work so just click on the link below for the full article. We at Hello Mojo Magazine definitely think you should read on. It’s well worth the read.

Read the source article at Divorce Blog