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Take care of yourself during a divorce

Stress is one thing that you can almost count on when you are going through a divorce. There are ways that you can get a handle on the stress, but the main key is to take care of yourself during the process. Here are some suggestions to get you started with a great self-care routine despite the end of your marriage.

One of the most important things you can do is to socialize. Don't just sit at home and feel sorry for yourself. Instead, get out and enjoy spending time with your loved ones and friends. This gives you a chance to nurture relationships that might have suffered some while you were married.

You should also start doing some of the activities that you enjoy. This might be working out or dancing. If you have something you have been wanting to try, now is a good time to do this. Try to find something that helps you to experience the bright side of life so you have something to break up the stressful times of the divorce.

Another thing you can do is to create a space of your own. The environment around you plays a big part in how you feel. If you are remaining in the marital home, you can move things around so that it doesn't feel like your ex's home any longer.

If you are trying your best to come out of the fog of the divorce and can't, you might need to seek help from a professional. This might help you to overcome depression and find ways to cope with the feelings that seem overwhelming. Also, professional legal assistance to help you navigate your divorce could play an important role in reducing your stress levels.

Source: Our Family Wizard, "5 Ways to Improve Your Self-Care During a Divorce," accessed Sep. 08, 2017

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