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Tips for staying healthy during a divorce

On Behalf of | Dec 30, 2020 | Divorce Alternative Dispute Resolution |

For many couples who are divorcing in New Jersey, feelings of misery, stress, anxiety and fear are common. Divorce can affect you both physically and emotionally, impacting almost every part of your life. Your living situation may drastically change and you may have to share custody of your kids. The cost of divorce can wreak havoc on your finances, too.

With so many changes at stake, it’s only understandable why you might begin to feel overwhelmed. Fortunately, there are several ways you can stay healthy during a divorce.

Look after your mental well-being

The emotional turmoil of divorce can seem unending. During this difficult time, lean on close friends and family members for support. If you feel that your stress, anxiety or fear is interfering with your daily life, it might be time to seek help from a professional therapist or counselor.

Eat healthy foods and exercise daily

Food and exercise play a major role in your overall health. Maintain a healthy diet that’s packed with plenty of vitamins and minerals. If you’re not on a regular exercise routine, now is the perfect time to start. Remember that diet and exercise directly affect your:

  • Mood
  • Stress hormone levels
  • Health
  • Emotional well-being

Consider resolving your divorce without going to court

Navigating all the negotiations that come with divorce can be challenging. Even if you and your ex don’t agree about everything, it’s possible to handle your divorce without going to court. You might be able to resolve your divorce through a divorce alternative dispute resolution process. This option can help you and your ex resolve informal negotiations, usually with the help of attorneys.

Although divorce might feel like the end of something, remember that’s it’s also the beginning of a new life. Make time each day to take care of yourself. Most importantly, treat yourself with patience and respect while you’re healing.



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