When you find yourself going through the divorce process, you often put yourself at the bottom of the list, draining your energy from you every day. It is important to take care of yourself both physically and emotionally.
Here are some simple ideas we share with our clients on how to add self-care needs to the top of their list:
Set aside time for yourself: Even if it’s just five minutes a day, make it a priority to take a break and focus on your wellbeing.
Keep a journal: Writing down your thoughts and emotions can be incredibly therapeutic.
Engage in physical exercise: Whether it’s going to the gym, going for a run, or participating in other activities that raise your heart rate, physical exercise releases endorphins that can help reduce anxiety and stress levels.
Seek support from others: Talking to trusted friends, family members, or a therapist can help you clear your thoughts and gain clarity without being overwhelmed by emotions.
Practicing self-care is crucial during separation as it provides you with the necessary support and nourishment to navigate this difficult period. You can prepare for the next chapter of your life by taking care of yourself.
When you and your spouse utilize the collaborative divorce process, both of you can benefit from the assistance of mental health professionals who can guide you and your children through the emotional challenges of divorce.
When you work with a mental health expert to 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 you and your spouse overcome obstacles that stand in the way of reaching an agreeable solution.
Family Divorce Solutions comprises well-respected, experienced and trained attorneys, mental health professionals, financial professionals, and child specialists who work as a team to reach a complete and satisfactory resolution for everyone involved.
Contact us today to see how we can help you keep your family’s emotional well-being intact during your divorce proceedings.
Note: This information is general in nature and should not be construed as legal/financial/tax/or mental health advice. You should work with your attorney, financial, mental health or tax professional to determine what will work best for your situation.