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3 tips for building a support system during divorce

On Behalf of | May 14, 2018 | Uncategorized |

At best, divorce is frustrating, but it is usually much worse. Ending your marriage is often a heart wrenching and complex experience. If you attempt to go through a divorce on your own, you will suffer emotionally and financially.

You need assistance with dissolving your marriage, no matter how strong you are. Here are some key tips for building a divorce support system.

1. Reach out to friends and family

Getting help from those you know and love is crucial to your emotional well-being during a divorce. You may naturally want to isolate yourself, but this will only make the process harder. Communicate your sorrows and frustrations with relatives and friends you can trust. Make sure you stick to people who truly value you and will help you get back on your feet. You need as much positivity as you can get. Stay away from people who will judge you.

2. Get legal help

You will need legal advice throughout your divorce, especially if you have significant assets. Find an attorney who will work for you and provide you with valuable counsel. A good lawyer will also be able to connect you with a mediator if you need one. Mediation is often less contentious and healthier than bitter litigation.

3. Go to therapy

Never be ashamed of taking care of your mental health. The end of your marriage can send you over the edge. If you feel like you need extra help than what you are getting from your friends or family, you may want to try therapy. A therapist can give you the tools you need to manage your emotions and make it through this painful time. 

You may not be able to eliminate the pain of losing your marriage, but you can minimize the difficulties by surrounding yourself with the right people. With the right friends and professionals by your side, you can do it. 

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