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How to maintain your sanity during a divorce

Sometimes when someone goes through a divorce, they get so focused on all of the legal matters that need tending to that they forget about their personal wellbeing. They may become reclusive. They may not take care of themselves in the way they did before. In general, they may struggle to deal with their new reality as a single person in a complicated world.

We're not saying you should ignore the legal side of your divorce, but there are certainly more important factors to consider. At the very least, you should give equal thought to your personal wellbeing and your legal wellbeing. But how do you go about that? How does someone going through such an emotionally draining and difficult period of their life find a little slice of time to take care of themselves?

There are a couple of ways to keep your life in line during a divorce, and the first is to start with the basics: your diet, your physical health and your free time. You want to start eating healthy if you don't already, and you'll want to start using your free time to your advantage. Start working out, or take a up a hobby you haven't done in awhile, or even try a completely new activity.

Even when you undertake these activities and feel good about yourself, there are still going to be times where your emotions get the best of you. When this happens, you'll want to call on friends -- or even professional advisors or therapists -- so that you can talk about what you're feeling. 

Source: Huffington Post, "5 Ways to Take Control of Your Divorce Before It Takes Control of You," Cheryl Dillon and Joe Dillon, April 21, 2014

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