Day 1 – The Five Emotional Effects of Divorce.

Most people are not prepared for the emotional effects of divorce, the support you receive from friends and family may be a ‘let’s blame and badmouth the ex’ conversation which is unlikely to help how you’re feeling.

The feeling of anger can be quite intense when going through divorce, it could be towards your spouse, the situation or even yourself.  Anger is one of the most common emotions to experience especially if you have been hurt in the process leading up to the divorce.  You will be angry at your spouse but also at yourself for not seeing the signs that led to where you are now, try not to go over and over this in your head as it won’t help you cope.

Being angry will certainly not help with the divorce proceedings, you need to think that your spouse is going through similar emotions.  Try to let go of the feeling of anger by accepting the roles you both played in leading up to the divorce so you can start to move on, feel fulfilled again and eventually live a happy life.

Day 1 – The Five Emotional Effects of Divorce. was last modified: May 22nd, 2018 by Carol Sullivan
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