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Tips for Coping Psychologically with Divorce

With divorce comes many negative emotions, some even causing stress that can interfere with your ability to function from day to day. Coping with these emotions isn’t always easy, but one of the best things you can do for yourself is to take care of yourself. Recognizing and dealing with your emotions is the key to moving forward in a divorce.

How to help yourself while coping with a divorce

Pay attention to your emotional needs – Things like talk therapy can go a long when dealing with your emotions. Joining a support group or talking to a therapist can make you feel a lot better.

Get some exercise – Keep up with your regular exercise routine, and if you don’t have one, start one! Working out releases endorphin helps get rid of anger and makes you feel much better all around.

Make time for yourself – Make sure you’re still doing the things you love. Read a good book, take a hot bath, eat something delicious, or pick up a new hobby. During a time with so much stress, its important to make sure you’re taking care of yourself.

Let go of the problems you can’t fix – Sometimes you just have to let it go. Too many things are out of your hands and it can be unhealthy to dwell on them.

Allow yourself to feel – the emotions you’re experiencing are normal and everyone who goes through a divorce feels similar things. Don’t try to mask your emotions with drinking or anything that could lead you down a dark path. Acknowledge your emotions and talk to someone about them.

Make time for fun – laughter really is the best medicine. Remember to laugh, play and plan activities with your friends. Socializing often is much better for you than isolating yourself.

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