How is reconciliation possible?
To answer the question, yes divorced couples can even reconcile even after a rough divorce or getting separated. In fact, if a couple decides to seek counselors or lawyers, they don’t suggest divorce immediately. They ask if the couple would be willing to take marriage counseling or even a trial separation. Just to test the waters and give them time to re-think their decisions. However, even in the chances that they do proceed with the divorce, no one can really say where this is going.
While some couples decide to separate while waiting for divorce negotiations to take place, what really happens is that they get time off from each other. As anger subsides, time will also heal wounds and in the process of divorce may come personal development and self-realization.
If you have children, the bond that you have is stronger and for their sake — you’d begin to ask if there is another chance. From there, some couples begin to talk; they begin the process of healing and grow from the mistakes they made. That is the start of hope, a glimpse of that love asking for a second chance.