Divorce, property division, child custody disputes and all the emotions that come along with these processes are very difficult for Pennsylvania residents to endure. However, even when the divorce is over, it can be painful to deal with being alone and all the enduring pain and regret of your breakup. Fortunately, there are few things you can do to speed up the divorce recovery process.
First, don’t rush. Take the time that is necessary for you to unwind. Recent divorcees are encouraged to wait at least 12 months before remarrying after a split. They are also advised not to sell their homes, leave their jobs, leave the country or leave their kids. Even though a lot of crazy and random ideas might pop into your head with regard to different ways you can change your life, it is best to take it easy and take your time with any changes.
Second, it is important take the time necessary to tend to your personal needs and take care of yourself. Sometimes, when we are stressed we forget to exercise, eat healthy and take care of our bodies. Watch any negative habits like drinking and smoking and be sure to keep them at bay. Talking to a counselor, therapist or psychologist can definitely help you take care your personal needs after a breakup.
Third, don’t make the mistake of getting angry and saying hurtful things. Divorcing spouses may be tempted to talk bad about their exes to their children. However, this could really get you in trouble later on down the road. Not only could it hurt your relationships with your children and friends, but it could also turn what could be a relatively peaceful divorce into a never-ending firestorm.
Finally, divorcing individuals in Pennsylvania might want to consider speaking with an experienced family law attorney and obtaining representation before they pull the trigger on the divorce. They may even want to retain an attorney before speaking to their spouses about divorce.
Source: The Huffington Post, “3 Tips for Getting Over Your Divorce Faster,” Wendy Keller, Sep. 03, 2015