When your personal life is suffering, it might feel impossible to focus at work and yet, during times of uncertainty your job and performance are essential to provide financial security and stability. So how do you manage your life, time, and sanity when you are working and going through divorce?
Coping with Divorce
Thankfully, there are options out there for divorced or separated full-time moms who need to work from home and work in jobs with flexible deadlines to account for the chaos that so often comes with single parenthood.
Going through a divorce can be a process that consists of sadness, disappointment, and grief. Imagine having to go through it while enduring chronic pain and the stress of everyday life too? If you’re unable to deal with all of these things at once, you may find it difficult to cope.
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If your ex-spouse is struggling with feelings of sadness or loneliness after an amicable divorce, they might turn to you for comfort or simply a conversation. Have you set boundaries with your ex – and are you firm when enforcing them?
What have people going through separation or divorce found interesting/inspirational/useful over the last 10 years? Wonder no more! With our new “2020” vision, we’re taking a look back over the Top 10 Posts from the past decade.
In my experience, after years of self-growth and self-actualization, a good self of sense leads to a fulfilling life so, get out there and get started finding out what it means to be you.
Remember the saying, “All things shall pass.” This was my motto during divorce and it can be used during a less favorite season. The cycle of seasons, like life, encompasses variety and keeps things interesting.
When your head seems stuck in an inescapable funk, after stopping to acknowledge that you are not in a good mental place, take a really deep breath, and slowly exhale all the darkness, all the noise, all the fear, the anger, the bitterness, the self-doubt, self-hatred, and with a clear head, ask yourself these questions.
Christmas alone is as bad as you think it will be. With these 4 tips and a positive attitude, you’ll feel the spirit of the season, we promise!