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Healing shouldn't wait until after the divorce

Divorce is never easy, and for many men and women, facing divorce alone seems impossible. There are countless, heart-wrenching decisions that must be made immediately following a couple's decision to divorce. Important aspects like where to live, who gets the children and how to divide property usually forces divorcing spouses to put their healing on hold. Unfortunately, by doing so, divorcing spouses may find it even more difficult to successfully make it through the dissolution of their marriage.

Divorce takes a major emotional toll on spouses. The end of a marriage may leave individuals in a state of anger, resentment or sadness. These emotions do not lend themselves well to effective decision-making, and may actually work against individuals when making important considerations regarding their divorce. Resentment and anger may prompt divorcing spouses to contest aspects of their divorce they otherwise would not. This may make the divorce process even longer and more costly and may even impact divorcing parent's ability to co-parent their children.

Fortunately, there are numerous resources available to divorcing spouses to support their emotional health during this rough life event. Just as with a job loss or the death of a friend, healing after divorce requires a certain amount of mourning. While not every divorcing spouse may mourn the loss of their marriage, there is almost always some healing to be done.

Facing the countless decisions that must be made during the divorce process may make spouses ignore their own emotional health. By working with an experienced divorce attorney, spouses may be able to ease some of the stress related to divorce and can free up time and energy to put toward their own healing.

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