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How to reduce the stress associated with divorce

Divorce is no longer taboo, but it still comes with quite a bit of stress for all parties involved. You don't want to suffer through the process, which can become quite long and drawn out if there are a lot of issues that arise. Here are some excellent tips for handling stress associated with divorce in New York.

One of the most important things you can do for yourself, your former spouse and your children is to join a support group. The more you surround yourself with people who have experienced divorce, the easier it will be to come to grips with your new life. A support group can answer your questions and help you find different ways to cope.

You should also surround yourself with as many friends and family members as possible. Do not sit in the house by yourself when the kids aren't home. Have a night out with friends. Go visit with family you haven't seen in quite a while. When you are with people you love and who love you, it makes the stress dwindle little by little.

Do your best to stay positive. Do not beat yourself up over the divorce or pile on the guilt. This will only increase your stress levels and cause you to suffer through the process.

Try to work towards forgiveness. Whether you need to forgive yourself or your former spouse, working towards it can only make things better for you and your entire family, especially if children are involved.

Learn a new skill or return to school to learn a new trade. Look for a job if you've never had one before or haven't had one in quite a while. You will need to learn how to support yourself financially now that you are single.

Divorce is a subject that not many people want to talk about. But, when the time comes to end your marriage, you will want to work with an experienced family law attorney to walk you through the process in Oneida.

Source: Psych Central, "Reduce the Stress of a Divorce," Jane Collingwood, accessed June 09, 2017

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