Discover the Proven Strategies for Living a
Fulfilling Life After Divorce…
A Complete Guide to “Surviving Divorce”.
Divorce can be an extremely stressful, emotionally taxing and difficult time in our life. It affects nearly every aspect of our lives from our physical and mental well being to our children, family and friends, to our homes, careers and our finances.
While it can be devastating…
It can also be the most important and self-gratifying thing we can do in life.
Let Us Show You How with These Proven Strategies:
- How to Survive a Break Up
- The Best Way to Minimize the Impact on you and Your Children
- How to Find the Best Divorce Attorney
- Telling Family and Friends You are Getting Divorced
- How to Handle Your Children During the Divorce Process
- The Importance of Family after Divorce
- The Importance of Friends After Divorce
- Staying Positive and Strong
- Learning From Your Divorce
- Is there Life After Divorce?
- Returning to Dating
- Dating Do’s and Dont’s
- Helpful Resources
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Surviving divorce is a comprehensive eBook, which provides proven strategies and resources for surviving the divorce process and thriving afterwards. We’ve compiled a list of everything we learned; having gone through our own divorces and formulated this guideline to help you through the process.
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A Complete Guide to Surviving Divorce
By Suzanne M. Roberta
and Donald A. Meyer
Surviving a Break up
Going through a divorce is one of life’s most stressful experiences. Making the decision to end your marriage, even if it is a bad one, is a “saying good-bye” process. It is heart breaking and emotionally taxing. It is a life altering experience that impacts every aspect of your life; health, personal relationships, family, career and finances.
Effectively managing the stress and making good, well thought out decisions can alleviate much of the tension, inherent in the divorce process. It is important to also remember that there was life before the broken relationship and there will be life again after.
In so many ways, the effect of divorce is akin to the trauma we feel over the death of a loved one. We experience a grieving process that often includes:
- Shock and Denial – Are initial common feelings at the onset of the divorce process. Whether you or your spouse initiate the process, at some point the reality of the end of the marriage will hit you.
- Pain and Guilt – As shock wears off, it is replaced with pain and often feelings of guilt.
- Anger – Soon, the realization of how uncertain your life is about to become as you go through the divorce process sets in and can provoke feelings of anger. You may find yourself asking “Why me?”
- Depression and Loneliness – It is during this stage that you truly realize the loss of your marriage. Tendencies to isolate yourself and feelings of despair are common.
- Turnaround – As the realities start to settle in and you begin to feel calmer and more in control of your life, the feelings of depression begin to lift.
- Reconstruction – At this stage, you have accepted the reality of divorce and the loss of your relationship. Your mind begins to feel strong again and you regain the ability to focus on rebuilding your life.
- Acceptance and Hope – During the last stage, you learn to accept the reality of your divorce. You begin to feel joy again and look to your future with a new found sense of hope and exuberance.
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If you and your spouse have decided that your marriage is irrevocably broken and there is no chance of fixing your marriage, then you will need to move on and begin planning the next phase of your life.
One of the best things you can do is begin to develop your social life and create a network of new friends. Often, and unfortunately, the friendships we had when we were married dissipate and we are left with a void in our social life. Getting back out there, meeting people, eventually returning to dating can have a very positive effect on your mindset.
Taking care of yourself physically and emotionally will have a dramatic impact on your ability to cope with the changes you will experience. Yoga, meditation and physical activities will help keep your mind calm and your body strong.
Going through a divorce can also provide the opportunity to make the changes in your life that you’ve always wanted to. Going back to school, making a career change or learning a new language can be extremely satisfying personal growth activities.
Talking with family and friends about your divorce can be helpful, but be aware that the people in your life will be tempted to give you advice, based on their perspective and their personal experiences. You will want to be selective about who you talk to about this very personal experience. Often, it can be most helpful to talk to a trained professional who can help you sort through your feelings and create a plan for your new single life.
This book is designed to give you a comprehensive guideline to navigate the difficult divorce process. We address the social, legal, personal, familial and financial aspects of divorce. We’ve also provided a
detailed list of resources to help you while you are going through the divorce process and then as you begin the new chapter of your single life.
Congratulations on taking the first step toward your new life!
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