- Remember that you live with your resolutions. If something feels right to you, it might be best to not let your friends talk you out of it.
- You can always ask your support network to just listen.
- Figure out how you feel after talking through things with certain friends – if it doesn’t make you feel better or more positive about resolutions, they may not be the best support.
- If you ask for advice, be very specific about what you are asking for and let your support know that you may not take their advice, you are just gathering information.
- Be careful if you seek advice on one piece of the settlement without considering all elements.
- You can always use your collaborative attorney as your sounding board instead of peers. Your friends and family can support you in other ways.
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