Let’s say you’re unhappy in your marriage and you’re not sure what you want to do.
You might be considering couple’s counseling. You might go back and forth about what you want your future to look like.
One thing is for sure, though. You want to be able to control if, when and how your spouse will learn about your intentions.
Your spouse could accidently gain access to your email account. Or if they suspect you are unhappy in your marriage they might go looking for a way to see what you’re up to.
And when they discover what you’ve been researching, in order to make sure they have an advantage, they may just file for divorce first.
Which is something you may not even want.
That’s why secrecy is very important.
Any digital communication should be through a private email account. One you only give to your confidants who are helping you. This is the only email you should use for your divorce research and/or preparation.
And don’t forget to clear your browsing history too.
Because once things start spiraling out of control they can almost never be contained.
Remember, there are resources and support available to help you. Don’t be afraid to reach out for help. Contact me at 0733743094 or firstname.lastname@example.org