In any type of relationship, whether it is a friendship, dating relationship, marital, a relationship between ex-spouses, or the spatial relationship between strangers, judgments are made. If two strangers are sharing a seat on a crowded bus, assessments are made, and whether those assessments are accurate is irrelevant until the context of their character is revealed through conversation.

Many who go through marital difficulties begin to make judgments on various aspects of one another’s appearance or behavior and hold these things against the other’s overall character.

Whether it is the way a parent tells a child to behave inside of a grocery store or the way they decide to dress out in public, they are subjected to the thoughts and opinions of the other, and once a divorce becomes something that seems likely to occur, these misjudgment can be used to harm aspects of your future during the case.