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Healing from a divorce starts at separation

On Behalf of | Jan 17, 2022 | Divorce |

People who are going through a divorce are often shocked at how many emotions they feel during the process. Many people think that they’ll feel happy and overjoyed when they get a divorce. Yet, that might not be the case, even if you wanted to end your marriage.

There are many things that you’ll likely experience during the first year after the divorce. It might surprise you when you start to feel sadness or anger about things related to the split.

Why would someone feel negative emotions during a divorce?

You might not care that the marriage is ending, but you’ll probably miss things like having someone to talk to when you come home at the end of a rough day. The loss of some friends and traditions may also cause sadness. Or you may feel angry that you let your ex get away with horrible behavior for so long before you took action.

One thing that you should remember is that you need to address these emotions as they come up, so they don’t overwhelm you. This isn’t always easy. Sometimes, you may need to get creative about what you do. For example, if you’re upset that you won’t go to your former in-law’s home for the annual Halloween party, you need to think of something else to do that night.

Throughout the divorce case, you have to ensure that you’re protecting your interests. Working with someone who’s familiar with the current laws can help you to have less stress as you go through this process. Trying to get everything in order quickly can also be beneficial, so your case doesn’t drag on and on. 

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