Proven tips to ease the emotional impact of divorce

Posted by Adrian S. Doty, Esq. | Jul 05, 2022 | 0 Comments

Divorce is challenging. Even in situations when both parties agree that the marriage should end, it can be stressful, frustrating and emotional.

While divorce is rarely easy, there are steps you can take to help ease the process and take care of yourself.

Accept that your emotions may change

When you get married, you never imagine that your relationship will end in divorce. If this happens, it's only normal to experience a wide array of emotions, from being confused and sad to frustration, exhaustion or anger. You need to accept that you will feel different ways on different days. Even if your marriage was unhealthy or dangerous, feeling these things is to be expected.

Take care of yourself

During a divorce, it may seem like throwing yourself into your work or children is the best way to avoid focusing on what's happening. However, you have to stop and take time for yourself. This means getting enough sleep, eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly. You should also avoid any potentially addicting habits during this time, such as drinking alcohol or smoking cigarettes.

Build a support system

Divorce is difficult. You need people around you who will support you through this challenging time. This may be family, friends or even an outside support group. The key is to seek support and keep these people around you throughout the divorce process.

Protecting yourself, your health and your rights during divorce

While divorce is rarely easy, the tips here can help you get through it. You should also work with a legal professional who will help ensure that your rights are protected in the divorce process.

About the Author

Adrian S. Doty, Esq.

Adrian Doty is a Senior Associate Attorney at Sunnen Law. Mr. Doty began his legal career working as a civil litigation attorney in Los Angeles before moving to the Bay Area in 2014 where he gained complex civil and family law litigation experience working for one of the largest family law firms.He has experience with a variety of complex Family Law matters, including complex and high-net-worth case matters custody and visitation disputes, contempt and post-judgment enforcement, military-family law issues, and domestic violence restraining orders. Mr. Doty understands how emotionally difficult family law matters can be, which is why he is dedicated to the efficient management of his client's cases. While he always works to achieve settlements through negotiation when possible, he aggressively litigates to protect his clients' interests when necessary. 


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