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Divorce Depression

Divorce Healing

By and large, divorce is a devastating, soul shaking experience for grown-ups as well as kids and any one undergoing the process of separation is bound to feel down and helpless. Divorce is like a death in the family and it turns your world upside down and sets off all sorts of agonizing and upsetting feelings. Whatsoever the grounds for the separation and whether or not you wanted it to happen, the divorce process is always painful. It represents the loss of the most significant relationship as well as that of common dreams and commitments and this leads to intense anguish, regret and trauma. Particularly when kids are involved, parents feel more worried for kids who may have to experience loss of one parent.

Recovering from a divorce or separation is no easy task but it all depends on your will power and courage to move out of the present situation, because like happiness never lasts forever, even sorrow wonít. Just keep reminding yourself that you can and will move on in life and this experience will leave you stronger and wiser. It can be difficult to overcome this phase but sooner you try and start your new life, this will help you. Try out the following tips to help yourself recover from divorce:-

1.      Just keep in mind that it takes quite a good time to recover and heal your heart after a break-up. Try to be patient with yourself and take your own time while mourning your loss.

2.      Donít shy away from your feelings. Cry, shout, scream, write it out or talk to people about the way you feel. Let these negative thoughts go out of your life forever.

3.      Donít isolate yourself from the rest of the world and donít cut off from your friends and family. They can be your biggest support during this unfavorable period.

4.      Start afresh- Remove all his/her stuff from your home as well as your life. Return him/her all the belongings and all his/her memorabilia since all these things will bring back painful memories for you, so better get rid of them as soon as possible.

5.      Try and keep yourself occupied. Pamper yourself and take care of yourself. Pursue your hobbies and try to enjoy the leisure time. Join a hobbies club or a gym and devote time on keeping yourself fit physically and spiritually.

6.      Think about your new found single status and independence associated with it. Now, you can lead your life on your own terms without someone interfering in your actions. You can now fulfill all your wishes and can do all the things you wanted to do but was refraining due to the presence of your spouse.

7.      Most important thing is to forgive yourself and your ex-spouse. No one marries with an intention of getting a divorce; however now that youíve gone through it, just let it go and try to move on in life.

8.      If you think that you are unable to cope up with the situation, join a divorce support group. Itíll give you a chance to meet other people who are also going through the same upheaval as you. This will help you cope up with the stress and activate the healing process.

It is definitely an uphill task to heal the wounds of a divorce but a lot depends on your attitude and mind-set to deal with this painful situation.

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