When going through divorce it’s very difficult to see the bigger picture of how life will play out afterwards. It might seem that you can’t be fully open to any possibilities or happiness through this transition, but that’s not quite true. You can find happiness during this process and learn how to not only love yourself but others as well.
“The best advice to build your emotional resilience while going through divorce.” says Ray Fisher, a Philadelphia-based therapist.
Fisher suggests this practice of building emotional strength can be done through the following four basic steps:
These four steps can seem impossible when first starting out, especially after going through a huge life transition. But by building self-awareness you can work through the hard emotions that come with divorce. You don’t have to have all the answers to every problem that arises. Sometimes it is helpful to seek advice about what to do through relevant online articles and source. There are also always professionals who have experience dealing with all different cases that are unique to each person’s journey through life after divorce.
Always remember to take it easy on yourself. Divorce is a process and not a race to the finish line. When you take time to build your emotional strength, you will see other parts of your life that are strengthened, too. Relationships take time and work, of course, but work on caring for yourself first. You’ll soon notice that loving yourself will allow love to thrive in your other relationships.
Topics: Your Wellbeing
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