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Broken Families: Four Ways to Help Yourself Cope with the Divorce Process

While no one wishes for separation, it is a fact that some marriages have been cut short by factors beyond a couple’s control. Divorce is the second most stressful life’s event after death, and most people have no idea how to deal with it. Should you ever find yourself in that situation, here are four ways to cope with the divorce process.


The divorce process involves numerous court visits that are financially and emotionally draining. Instead of having to bear with both, avoid living in denial and accept what is happening in your life. According to Psychology, acceptance will help minimize the anger and stress that accompanies divorces.

Invite Your Trusted Friends and Relatives

Who says you have to go through the divorce process alone? Find yourself two or three family members or friends to share your predicaments. Psychology has proven that a problem shared is as good as half solved. However, do not share the information yet if you are not ready, but it’s good to meet up with friends to distract yourself from the divorce thoughts.

Do Not Rush into Decisions

It is natural for humans to make hasty and irrational decisions in the face of a crisis such as a divorce. The prudent thing to do is to find help from a divorce lawyer such as Christopher Dionisio. Involving a professional will not only help you see things from a third-party perspective but also get advice on issues such as division of assets or custody of children. A trusted divorce lawyer might as well prove to be a good friend in such situations.

Keep Yourself Physically Fit

Do not give in to divorce stress that might cause you to lose appetite. Always remember to attend to your body needs by eating healthily and engaging in intense physical activity to release the anger and anxiety. Where possible, create a routine that states the exact food you will eat and the physical exercise you will do after that.

Most people who have been through divorce have managed the anger, denial, and anxiety in the best way they know how. Some of them will tell you that the experience is not smooth especially if you have no place to begin. Following these four tips will help you cope with the divorce process, deal with the pain and loss, and regain your happiness.

About the Author: Lizzie Weakley is a freelance writer from Columbus, Ohio. She went to college at The Ohio State University where she studied communications. In her free time, she enjoys the outdoors and long walks in the park with her husky Snowball. You can find her on Twitter at @LizzieWeakley and on Facebook at

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