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How to reduce the stress that comes with divorce

Divorce is a major life event that affects millions of people. The end of a marriage, no matter how long it lasted, can still be devastating for some. It brings on stress that not many will be able to handle. Here are some tips for reducing the stress that comes with divorce.

An excellent tip is to join a support group. There are plenty of support groups out there that discuss divorce and all types of topics surrounding it. These support groups include doctors, therapists, professionals and people who are going through the process at the same time as you. They will be able to share their experiences with you and vice versa.

Make it your top priority to surround yourself with family and friends. Do not turn into a hermit and hide from people. No one is going to judge you for getting divorced. There are too many people out there who are divorced for this to matter. Being around family and friends can help you survive the situation.

Start focusing on your future. Do not dwell on the past and what you could have done to save the marriage. This will get you nowhere and only cause you more pain and sadness. Think about what you can do with your future moving forward.

Work towards forgiveness and moving forward with your life. Don’t push your anger away or deny it, but also don’t let it run your life and drain your energy. Get rid of your resentment as much as possible.

Get ready to head into the workforce if you were a stay-at-home parent during the marriage. This could require you to take classes or learn different skills. Earning your own money is very satisfying and can provide you with a sense of pride.

Are you headed for divorce in New York? Contact our firm in Newburgh today to speak with a family law attorney about your decision and the steps that come next during this difficult time.

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COVID-19 (Novel Corona Virus)  Update 3-20-2020

By order of Governor Andrew Cuomo, beginning 3-22-2020, all non-essential business in New York state must close their physical offices in response to the rapid rate of positive reported cases of COVID-19 in New York State.

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