7 Tips to Help You Move on After Divorce
Start and Keep a Journal
Journaling is so important when it comes to dealing with emotions. Splurge and buy yourself a pretty journal and write daily about your feelings and what happened during the day.
Journaling will give you a sense of independence because it will keep you from becoming too dependent on friends and relatives to soothe your raw emotions.
Find Yourself a Good Listener
Forget About Revenge
As sweet as it may be, focusing on getting revenge keeps you from focusing on rebuilding your life.
Let's face it, it takes two to make a marriage and two to destroy a marriage. Sure, he/she may have played a larger role in the destruction of the marriage, what you should focus on is coming to terms with the role you played. Accept responsibility, let go of your anger and get on with the fine art of living.
Put More Energy Into Your Professional Life
If marital problems caused problems in your career now would be a good time to focus on work and those areas of work that have suffered. Focusing energy on work will help take your mind off divorce problems. It will also give you structure and routine and during stressful situations, you need both.
Be careful not to use work to keep from facing and dealing with problems. It's good therapy but should not take the place of any work needed to be done toward personal growth.
Broaden Your Horizons
Take advantage of being single and free. Try things you've always wanted to try but couldn't because you were tied down.
Take an exotic vacation alone, join a dance class, go skydiving or, maybe something as simple as a night out every week with friends. Open yourself up to new ideas and lifestyles. In the process, you may find an inner you, you didn't know existed.
Get a Roommate
Get Out and Get Social
Get out of the house! No sitting home staring at four walls allowed. Join a divorce support group or a singles group for divorced people. Doing enjoyable things with people who have been through the same experience can be good therapy and fun also.
Host a potluck, dinner parties, game nights or movie nights. Fill your home with people and laughter.
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