The actress’ take on the “consciously uncouple” backlash is … interesting.
Just upping and leaving the country with your children without an agreement will more than likely land you in court and you could well be ordered by the judge to take them back. Even if you eventually win the battle, it's an expensive and upsetting experience (particularly for the children themselves) that most of us would rather avoid.
The term 'conscious uncoupling', coined by Dr Habib Sadeghi and Dr Sherry Sami, revolves around society's idea that marriage is forever. They suggest that humans have failed to adapt to the fact that nowadays we live longer. One needs to look inside oneself and identify emotional scars from their past.
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What exactly does "conscious living" mean? In a nutshell, it means to be aware of your thoughts, speech and actions in every moment without causing harm to yourself or those around you. This basic approach to life may sound simple, but after centuries of tribal conditioning, living with absolute awareness requires deliberate observation and on going personal development.
Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin may have announced earlier this year that they were ‘consciously uncoupling’, but by the
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We've formed an illogical connection between love, and anger, fear and drama. Our minds believe that less demonstrative behavior means we love each other less. Yet, when partners behave without fighting and jealousy, it speaks of their own self-love and security in the relationship.
The legacy I had decided to leave my kids was a no brainer, intending to leave our children, our home. This the legacy gifted to me from my parents and in turn, I automatically assumed that this would be what I would leave my offspring. Little did I know, that through a change of events, the legacy I would leave to my children, would develop in a completely different way.