When divorce yourself emotionally, you separate your emotions from the marriage. Some spouses this happens before the divorce. For others it doesn't happen until after the divorce process.
The majority of divorces are one-sided. Very rarely will a couple sit down and come to a decision together. Normally the spouse who has already separated/herself emotionally from marriage wants a divorce. They have gone through a divorce and now need to be untied legally by their spouse.
Some spouses struggle for years with feelings of emotional distance before they come to the conclusion that divorce is the solution to their problems. I refer to a spouse in this situation as a "spouse Street walking". The spouse who is left to deal with his emotions after the divorce law refer to as the "spouse left behind." No matter what role you are playing, you have to come to grips with the end of your marriage and begin to see themselves as a. .. post continued