Are You Suffering from Paralysis by Analysis?

The idea behind paralysis by analysis is when a decision needs to be made, all the options are over-analyzed, and not one “works.” Everything that could happen, should have happened, or did happen is considered and weighed. Then, the paralysis sets in, and no action is taken. Sometimes this concept can lead to marriages lasting beyond their healthy breakpoint; people are afraid to leave because what awaits on the other side is (understandably) unknown. But, this concept can also carry into the divorce process. For example, let’s say a decision to divorce has been made. When it’s time to analyze the options, the paralysis may begin: “Should I try mediation?” “Should we do the collaborative process?” “Should I just find an attorney who will be my mouthpiece and negotiate on my behalf, and I will never have to see my husband again?” Another area that may cause paralysis is deciding on a lawyer. Perhaps one decides to…

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