HOW TO MOVE ON AFTER DIVORCE
No-one gets married with divorce on their mind. Despite that, divorce is one of the scourges of society today. It takes some time to learn how to move on after divorce.
Going through the emotional distress of finding out that either you or your spouse doesn’t want to remain married is sad enough, but when your partner strays it is even harder to bear the anguish.
The feelings of betrayal, self-doubt, and outright anger can cripple you for some time.
If you have been completely oblivious of the fact that your spouse is having an affair and wants out of the marriage, there are so many things to consider, and with the shock, and your fragile state of mine at that time it is so easy to make far-reaching errors of judgment.
WHERE TO LOOK FOR HELP
For anyone reads this post who might be in this position or know someone who is, here are a few tips which will hopefully be helpful. These could take a bit of the burden off your shoulders and help you think rationally about how you are going to manage after the divorce goes through.
Be sure to contact a good Divorce Law Firm such as Tampa Divorce LawyerTampa Divorce Lawyer, who are a firm that deals in Divorces and Family Law. They will be able to put your mind at rest about the legalities of your Divorce.
When you call the Lawyer for an appointment he/she will advise what will be required should you need o take any paper work along.
If you haven’t been keeping an eye on the family finances, this is a good time to take a look at bank statements and any other paperwork you can get your hands on. This could be useful to the lawyer, especially if you think things could become difficult between you and your spouse on the financial side of things.
Once you have seen the Lawyer they will be able to take a lot of the burden from your shoulders, be understanding and compassionate.
When one has had a heartbreak through the breakup of marriage, seeking a counselor might be another thing that you will find helpful.
Dr. Mark Banschick M.D. wrote an e book “The Intelligent Divorce” which was featured in the Huffington Post. There are many tips there which could help you as you seek to accept what has happened, and give you the courage to move forward with your life. Dr. Banschick also runs an online course, you can check it out on www.FamilyStabilizationCourse.com
- Time to mourn
- Work through your feelings
- Learn to like yourself again
- Dare to be alone
- Share your feelings
- Re-discover who you used to be
It is important give yourself time to become the confident woman you deserve to be.
BEGIN A JOURNEY OF DISCOVERY
There are so many clubs to join, gardening, art, sewing, running, tennis, and so many more. Whatever interests you.
This way you will meet a number of new people who will accept you just as you are.