Adjusting to the challenges of life can be difficult. Change is hard on everyone. Although there are many things in your life you can get ready for (marriage, pregnancy, empty nest, retirement), no events are really predictable. Many unforeseen challenges and hurdles will be thrust upon you and you have to adjust to each the best that you can.
Stress can be very overwhelming at times, especially when going through a divorce. So, what are you doing to manage your stress levels? While feeling stressed is a somewhat involuntary reaction to everything going on around us, there are definitely things we can do to reduce those feelings, if not eliminate them entirely.
Learn how you can be stress-free by applying these stress management techniques from our guest bloggers to your daily routine.
The one constant in life is change. A change may be sudden or it may be something that you have been expecting. It can be a happy, exciting event or it can be a scary family or health emergency. Either way, it’s stressful. Your body will react to all stress in the same way.
There are some important self-care basics that you need to keep in mind to help reduce your stress and handle whatever changes life throws at you.
Divorce has a major impact on a family in many ways, especially when children are involved. So how do you know if your child is doing “OK” with the divorce?
This article from www.familyshare.com provides a list of 10 signs for you to know if your child is handling your divorce in a positive way.