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Social Media Mistakes To Avoid During Divorce


Divorce is often a messy and stressful life event that leaves you wanting to scream to anyone who will listen. It’s completely normal to want to vent when going through such a grueling process and confiding in someone with a sympathetic ear can help you cope with the daily struggle.

Airing your grievances with a few close friends or family members is one thing, but going online to disclose intimate personal details of your breakup with a few hundred acquaintances is another. In this day and age, social media allows users to quickly and easily share as much of their private lives as they please. During divorce, this can spell disaster. More often than not, it’s best to shut down social media use completely until your divorce is final.

In this excellent blog posting, Shawn Garrison lists four common social media blunders to make sure you avoid during your divorce.

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