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Emotional Divorce

A legal divorce means a marriage has ended and it usually takes between three months and a year, depending on how much conflict is involved.

However, an emotional divorce may not be on the same time track as the legal divorce.  In fact, Corinne Frontiero, at Baltimore’s Examiner.Com, says it typically takes two to two and a half years to recover emotionally from a divorce.

She provides an inventory of ten questions to ask yourself to see if you are on the road to recovery.

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