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How To Handle Divorce Stress

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0

Going through a divorce is a very emotional and stressful thing. In order to not let divorce take over your life, how you handle the stress that comes along with it is very important. The best thing you can do make this process easier is take care of yourself emotionally and physically. Follow this guide by a divorce attorney to ensure that you come out of the divorce process as a stronger individual.

Be healthy- emotionally. Discussing how you are feeling with someone who is impartial is a great way of releasing negative feelings that you may be harboring. Finding a support group of newly divorced people, finding a therapist or even finding a close friend or family member to vent to is a good way to start. While you are going through the process of divorce you will be experience a wide arrange of emotions. Don’t be afraid of them. Write down what you are feeling in a journal and share these feelings with your new emotional support. You might be feeling sad you’re marriage is ending one day and the next day you might feel happy. Either way, know that it’s ok to have various emotions on the subject. But it’s important to make sure you discuss them with somebody 

Be healthy- physically. When you take care of yourself you feel good about yourself. Make sure you get plenty of exercise, drink lots of water and eat healthy. Going for walks is a great way to release endorphins that will help relieve any anxiety that you may have about your divorce. Don’t let going through a divorce be an excuse for self-destructive behavior such as drugs and alcohol. Make it a reason to be in the best shape of your life.

Do Fun Things. With more free time do things that you enjoyed doing before you got married. Take a long bubble bath and read a book. Go for a hike or go camping. Hang out with close friends that make you feel happy. Go out to the movies. Make sure you laugh and have fun! Surrounding yourself with a core of great people to socialize with will be a good distraction from the stress.  

 Don’t worry about your former spouse. Focus on yourself. It is going to take a lot of time to get over the wounds from going through a divorce. But don’t focus on what and how your former spouse is doing. Focus on where you’d like to be in the future and the steps you are going to take to get there. 

If you are thinking about filing for a divorce, contact a New York divorce attorney. Together you can focus on your stress free future. 



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