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Divorcing in your 20s - This is what others have to say

You were high school sweethearts that thought your relationship would last forever. That is why the two of you decided to get married during your sophomore year of college. Two years later and the regret is starting to set in. You are on the verge of completing your undergraduate degree in anthropology and he is finishing his business degree. While you are ready to spend the next several years working on your doctorate and traveling to far off countries, he wants to finish his master's and move back to your hometown to open his own accounting practice.

It is not uncommon for people to divorce so soon after getting married while still in their twenties. Being the first of your friends to get married was one thing, but now you are thinking of getting divorced while they are just starting their families. Divorce is not an easy process to go through, and no matter your age or how long you have been married, it is important to understand all of your options. A Colorado divorce attorney can guide you through the process and ensure that your interests are protected.

Read below for what some of the things that other 20-somethings wish they knew about early divorce.

People might discount your marriage

People will think that because your marriage did not last very long and because you did not have children, that it does not count as much as someone who has been married for many years. They will say things like "you still have your whole life ahead of you," without acknowledging that you still are ending your relationship with the person you thought you would grow with.

You feel like the world is falling apart

Getting divorced at an early age and after only a couple of years is just as devastating as divorcing after 30 years. You have to start all over, find a new place to live, and learn how to live alone. The ideas you had for the rest of your life are drastically changed once you end a marriage.

You will learn a lot about yourself

Going through a divorce will teach you some very valuable lessons about yourself. You will find that you are strong and resilient. Dealing with this kind of turmoil will prepare you to handle greater challenges in the future.

People can be judgmental

Once you enter the dating scene again and past relationships come up, potential partners may think that you carry around too much baggage. They assume that if you are under 30 and already divorced that there must be something wrong with you. Do not let this cause you stress: These types of judgments are usually a reflection of the other person's insecurities.

Divorcing at any age is never easy. Even for couples that have only been married for a few years and do not have kids, the process can be incredibly complicated.

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