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.
Health & Wellbeing
After separation, most individuals are cautious in systematizing their finances. Unfortunately, they are not as thorough in managing an estate plan for when they die, which indicates that a former spouse can gain more than they would have received through family court merely because the other spouse passes.
Pausing can mean meditation, drinking coffee alone, or even listening to lo-fi music. Whatever brings you that kind of mental pause, do it.
The emotional rollercoaster of divorce, characterized by depths of despair one day and euphoric highs the next, can aptly be compared to a rollercoaster. While some may enjoy living on the edge, I certainly did not appreciate the unpredictable twists and turns that came at breakneck speed during my own divorce.
Interestingly, me time doesn’t have to be solitary; you can invite your best friend or a beloved family member to join you in your chosen activity.
These self-care tips can help you recover if you are recently divorced or going through one right now.
While the end of a relationship can be painful, try to look at your newfound single status as an opportunity to take control of your life and make positive changes. Here are just a few ways you can focus on personal growth and happiness.
Whether it feels like it was a long time coming or came out of the sky like a thunderbolt, it is a change, it hurts and it’s disruptive to every aspect of your life.
Try these tips to improve your sleep quality to be well-rested and ready to take on the day.
Sticking to your goals to be active will make you feel confident and capable, and those qualities will make you feel ready for a new chapter in your life.