The science of divorce suggests that divorce cases are like a fluid mosaic model, ever-shifting, constantly changing.
USA, 18 June 2019 -- The science of divorce suggests that divorce cases are like a fluid mosaic model, ever-shifting, constantly changing.
The science of divorce suggests that divorce cases are like a fluid mosaic model, ever-shifting, constantly changing, and like the issues and the parties involved, complicated! Please bear with me as I provide a definition of the fluid mosaic model to offer you a basis/frame of reference. According to Wikipedia, “The current [fluid mosaic] model describes important features relevant to many cellular processes, including: cell-cell signaling, apoptosis, cell division, membrane budding, and cell fusion. The fluid mosaic model is the most acceptable model of plasma membrane…Its main function is to give shape to the cell.” What in the universe does adivorce have to do with a fluid mosaic model? For one, no two divorces are exactly alike. Much like a divorce for the litigants, the fluid mosaic model addresses many essentials part of life and existence (children, housing, finances, etc.).
Analyzing and comparing parts to parts of divorce and the mosaic model, we can arrive at a better understanding of the shifting nature of divorces and the science of divorce. There is most certainly a comparison to be made between membrane budding and reconstituting a divorcing couple’s relationship, only this time as parents rather than romantic partners. Relationships take time to build, and perhaps years to be rebuilt if interrupted by quarrels, struggles, infidelity, compromised trust, or otherwise. Meanwhile, conversely, cellular division can refer to the litigants splitting up and becoming separate and distinct entities unconnected to one another despite a common beginning and a previously intertwined existence.
Also part of the fluid mosaic model and the science of divorce is apoptosis, which is defined as “the death of cells that occurs as a normal and controlled part of an organism's growth or development.” In a very real sense, when a married couple divorces, they are undergoing a metaphorical apoptosis. Granted, apoptosis is an end, not a beginning, but divorce is an end in and of itself as well. Divorce means that a couple’s connection, on an everyday and routine basis, is severed. This can feel quite severe and have a profound emotional impact on the parties. Moving forward with their lives after divorce is an ordinary and real part of both parties’ development.
One of the primary issues that takes the longest time to resolve is a divorcing couple’s methods of communication. Not unlike cell-to-cell signaling as described in the fluid mosaic model, communicating with one another for the benefit of the children is essential. Finding a way to talk, type, text, e-mail, video conference, or otherwise to one another is a crucial component in the process. This is both the science of divorce and its practicality.
Perhaps comparing a scientific concept that is uber-complex to a divorce is an inexact proposition. Nevertheless, both are ever-changing. During a divorce, which can last for years, people’s lives change. Their finances, jobs, perspectives, housing accommodations, and a number of other important things may change. This is a sort of fluid mosaic in and of itself!
Attorney Jonathan Jacobs is a divorce lawyer Clermont Florida and a divorce lawyer Orlando Florida.
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Orlando, FL 32806
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Submitted by Damien on Tuesday, 18 June 2019 at 1:07 AM
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