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How can you reduce stress during a divorce?

On Behalf of | Jul 1, 2021 | Blog, Divorce | 0 comments

Feeling tired and overwhelmed while in the middle of a divorce is a common problem many people have.

However, when this stress starts to interfere with your daily life, then it may be time to find a better way to handle it.

Give yourself time

According to Marriage.com, one of the biggest mistakes you could make is rushing your recovery from a divorce. Trying to ignore or push down your emotions about the split can leave you feeling emotionally drained. Giving yourself time and space to get used to this significant life change is important.

Try a new activity

While you may feel like you need to ruminate on old problems or what went wrong in your marriage, the healthiest thing to do is to focus on the future. Taking up a new hobby can help you focus any extra time or energy on something healing.

Fight the urge to withdraw from everyone or hide away and not talk. Instead, try a new hobby or join a support group for recently-divorced people. Reaching out to form new bonds can help you feel less stressed about life after a divorce.

Learn what you can control

As you may search for ways to improve your mental health, trying to plan ahead for long-term issues may feel like a struggle. Knowing the difference between what problems you can fix and what ones you cannot is one way to prevent wasting time.

Understanding and accepting your limits, as well as focusing on everyday problems instead of unsolvable ones, will keep you from feeling overwhelmed and stressed.