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Posted June 28, Reviewed by Lybi Ma. In addition to the emotional anguish loneliness creates, it also has devastating effects on our mental and physical health. Loneliness depresses our immune system functioning, increasers inflammatory responses that put us at greater risk for cardiovascular disease, and can literally shorten our longevity. On the mental health front, loneliness puts us at risk for depression and anxiety and causes us to distort our perceptions such that we view ourselves, our lives, and our relationships more negatively—which in turn, influences our behavior in damaging ways.
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This lets you agree the details of how you want to separate before you get divorced. You pay this when you send your divorce form 'petition'.
If you've been separated for less than 2 years, you can only use unreasonable behaviour or adultery as your reason for getting divorced. This can be very hard to prove unless your ex-partner admits to the adultery. If you want to get divorced based on adultery, it's best to get legal advice.
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For example, a solicitor can advise you on whether to name the person your ex-partner had an affair with. If you do name them, they'll have to get the forms and respond to them. So your divorce might take longer and cost more. Find out the next steps in getting divorced if you decide you want to go ahead. While you and your partner are separated, you can get back together again for up to 6 months in total.
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