Divorce inevitably leaves individuals to sift through a barrel of complicated emotions. It is not uncommon to feel overwhelmed, stressed, lonely, angry, or even guilty when processing a divorce. Left in isolation, these emotions can be confusing and misdirected if they go unaddressed during this transition.
Coping with Divorce
Shame and guilt not only make us feel terrible, but also make us feel responsible, even if we’re not.
Getting your confidence back after a late-life divorce may be a challenge. But by making an effort to look good, celebrating the wonderful things about you, and taking time to learn something new, you’ll come to realize that you are worthy of love and respect, and you’ll come out of this better and stronger than ever before.
There are so many things you can do to connect with your community after a divorce. The most important thing is to take that leap and do it! The next chapter officially starts now, and you’re in charge of how it’s written.
You have a choice to make regarding your personal happiness. It’s all tied to your thinking.
Reconnecting with yourself is an important step in moving forward post-divorce. You’re not the same as you were before – which begs the question: “Who are you now?”
Your single mom Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be sad or lonely. Use these 7 unique ideas to celebrate Valentine’s Day whether you have a partner or not.
Divorce is the time to declutter your mental and physical space that may have gotten jumbled during your marriage.
The holidays can be stressful enough, and that stress can be compounded by your divorce. Take this opportunity to look at your divorce as a source of gifts. Believe it or not, there are gifts thanks to your divorce!
Divorce can give you the opportunity you need to find the joy and confidence you might have thought was gone.