Divorce can be one of the most traumatic experiences a person can go through. Most people get married with the intentions of forever after, so when that ideal ends it’s difficult to remain objective or unemotional about your actions. Divorce is complicated and involves many different issues and your behavior before, during, and after your divorce will determine how smoothly you will transition during your divorce and recover afterward. For every poor decision you make in the early days of the break-up you will pay a price that will only enlarge exponentially if you don’t make a real effort to make the right choices during this difficult time. There was a great article on “Today” with 7 Things You Shouldn’t Do After A Divorce. Read them, write them down, and do your best to absorb them.
If you or a loved one is going through a divorce, it can be a very difficult time. But it doesn’t necessarily have to. The American Psychological Association (www.apa.org) published the article below. The article provides tips about how to keep your divorce “healthy” and avoid the emotional and physical stress that can occur when going through a divorce.