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How can you prevent stress during a divorce?

On Behalf of | May 18, 2021 | Family Law

During any major event in a person’s life, he or she usually feels full of anxiety about the future.

Going through a divorce often brings up feelings of worry or panic about various problems. Learning how to recognize and deal with these feelings can help you stay more resilient and optimistic during this process.

Stay active

According to the Mayo Clinic, stress can wear you down physically and mentally. However, exercising regularly and taking time out of your schedule to stay active can help regulate more intense emotions.

Going to the gym or even taking a walk around your neighborhood can help your mind and body. Doing strenuous activities like gardening or yoga may also allow you to focus on your health. Merely sitting down to watch television does not give you the same physical benefits as more hands-on activities.

Talk to loved ones

While it may seem like less stress to not talk to family or friends while going through a divorce, this decision can actually harm you. Discussing your feelings with others and spending quality time with them can help you feel more relaxed.

Not only can you strengthen your relationships with people other than your ex-spouse, but you can also potentially find new friendships as well.

Invest time in a hobby

With more free time in your life than before, you may wonder what to do next. Taking up a new hobby, such as drawing or reading, may help you look forward to the future and reduce anxiety in the present. A divorce may be a big life change, but focusing on positive skills can help you grow and thrive.

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