We know someone who received an e-mail the other day saying,
“Your personal business and relationship situation are none of my business, however if they start interfering with your professional activity to the point that your concentration at work begins to suffer, I may have to reconsider permanent employment in this organization.”
Sounds crazy doesn’t it?
How far should someone go to satisfy their personal hatred?
How far should someone go to obtain what they think is due to them?
Bothering your ex’s family, friends, or co-workers is one thing; however looking for sympathy and risking your former partner’s career by calling their boss is criminal.
What’s more, in the end it doesn’t even help you. You’re only shooting yourself in the foot. People think you suffering from jealousy; it looks as if you are losing your case and your want to bring your soon-to-be ex along for the fall. Those who might have stayed in touch with you don’t want to hear from you anymore. And where is the money that you want going to come from if your ex loses their job?
Move on with dignity. Divorce harassment can bite you back.