We all know that voice, the one in your navigation system telling you to “turn left.” She tells us when to turn, how far until our next turn and when we have arrived at our destination. But the part that we can learn from, is when we do not follow her wishes. Sometimes we just “know better”. So we ignore her instructions or advice, and we don’t “turn left”. Unfortunately much of the debate, dispute and negotiation in divorce cases often reverts to complaints about past choices made, requests ignored and poor decisions. But once in the midst of divorce, most of those decisions are well in the past and cannot be undone. If they can, great, but if not, then the best course is usually to look forward and to shape the future out of or from, where everyone currently stands.
Source: Huffington Post