Divorce is one of the most stressful situations for any New Hampshire resident. This is normal as the end of a marriage is similar to death for some. These are a few things you can do during a divorce to combat stress.
Acknowledge your feelings
Acknowledge your feelings and understand that they’re completely normal. During a divorce, you can experience a whirlwind of emotions, including stress. You might want to find some outlet for expressing your feelings, perhaps through a journal.
Have a support system
Having a strong support system can help you get through your divorce healthier and stronger. Find a support group for people going through a divorce or recently divorced. You can also lean on your closest friends and family members.
Do things you enjoy
Focusing on things you truly enjoy can help you through your divorce stress because it lets you take your mind off your troubles. You can also distract yourself by creating a daily routine of self-care, such as exercise, as well as enjoyable pursuits, such as crafts, games, or hobbies. It’s a good way to keep yourself busy and entertained while you recover.
Focus on your children
If you have children, focusing on your relationship with them helps ease the stress of your divorce. Remember that they, too, are experiencing stress during this time.
Take care of yourself
Take time for yourself and treat yourself to a nice gift or some papering. Take a soothing bath, get a massage, go to the gym or get a great new haircut.
Having a positive attitude about the future can help you move on from a divorce. It eases stress and gives you hope.