How To Emotionally Get Through Your Divorce

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A divorce is one of the most stressful events in many people’s lives. Studies show that stress from a divorce can reach the heights of emotion often seen when someone passes away.

But we are often asked, “Will I be able to settle my emotions and reduce my triggers in the long run?”

If you utilize the collaborative divorce process instead of a litigated, court-controlled divorce, then the answer is YES!

Here are some tips we share with our clients on how to work through the emotions and triggers divorce often brings:

  • Be kind to yourself – this is a challenging and complex situation to work through
  • Develop a self-care plan – it can be as simple as taking a 10-minute break to use a deep breathing plan
  • Let the little things go – now is not the time to focus on the micro details
  • Work with a mental health specialist (divorce coach) on your collaborative divorce team to work through the emotions divorce is bringing to the surface
  • Watch who you take advice from – while well-meaning – family and friends can often steer you in the wrong direction
  • Journal – not to write a published novel, but to get your feelings out – it is emotionally freeing

When you work with a mental health expert to help you work through your emotions, you can begin healing and moving forward once your divorce has been finalized.

Our mental health professionals are available to assist both you and your spouse in overcoming obstacles that stand in the way of reaching an agreeable solution.

Family Divorce Solutions is comprised of well-respected, experienced and trained attorneys, mental health professionals, financial professionals, and child specialists who work as a team to reach a complete, more peaceful and satisfactory resolution for everyone involved.

Contact us today to see how we can help you keep your family’s emotional wellbeing intact during your divorce proceedings.

Note: This information is general in nature and should not be construed as legal/financial/tax/or mental advice. You should work with your attorney, financial, medical or tax professional to determine what will work best for your situation.

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