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Coping With Emotional Issues During Divorce

Divorce brings up painful, emotional feelings, both knew and old. Finding strategies to deal productively with these feelings will greatly determine your ability to heal from and move on after divorce. On this page you will find articles and guidance for developing coping skills during divorce.

3 Ways to Distract Yourself From The Pain of an Unwanted Divorce
Navigating an unwanted divorce means being able to distract yourself from the emotional pain in order to gain clarity and move forward with your life.

Are You Emotionally Healthy Enough to Divorce?
Warning, don't file for a divorce if your feeling emotionally CRAZY. Get your emotions under control before beginning the legal process.

Why Is Divorce So Emotionally Painful?
Are you having a hard time handling the negative effects of divorce? Maybe you need to give yourself time to heal from the many losses that occur during a divorce.

Is Your High Conflict Divorce Causing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder?
The definition of post traumatic stress disorder been re-defined to include exposure to prolonged exposure to stressful events that cause extreme emotional distress. It only makes sense then that those involved in a high conflict divorce are also in danger of developing the symptoms of PTSD.

Men, Divorce And Depression
Some studies have suggested that men take the loss of a relationship harder than a woman and are more likely to suffer periods of depression. We read and hear about depression in women after divorce but what about the men? Maybe the fact that we hear more about women is because women talk about their feelings more than men. For the ...

Loneliness After Divorce
Loneliness after divorce, if you’ve been through a divorce you’ve felt that loneliness. Some deal with loneliness after divorce better than others. If you are someone having a hard time with loneliness this article is for you.[/

How To Work Through The Grief Of Divorce
Grief is work, but it does a specific job, too. It’s hard like any other kind of work, but it has a definite purpose, and it has an end. That’s especially true about the grief of divorce.

What Does the Term “Emotional Divorce” Mean?
Emotional divorce, what it is and how to respond when your spouse withdraws emotionally.

Emotional Stages of Divorce
What will you go through emotionally during divorce? This articles outlines the different emotional stages of divorce.

Should You Be Friends With The Ex?
When will things start to make sense again after my divorce? I love him so much but enjoy the alone time and whole house to myself, I love having my friends here, but I just love him so darn much? Should I be friends with my ex or is that only holding me back from being able to move on?

How to Deal With Stress Generated by Divorce
Recognizing and dealing with stress of divorce is an important aspect to living a healthy productive life.

What Are Your Emotional Needs
Your make-up determines your emotional needs. It goes without saying that some folks are “needier” than others. The key to getting emotional needs met is the ability to identify your needs and figuring out how to get those needs met.

Journal Away Divorce Stress
If you want to lessen the stress and emotional upheaval you are feeling during the divorce process pick up a journal and start putting pen to paper.

Divorce is Like a Death in the Family
During Divorce you may be surprised by the long, arduous journey of emotions that you are experiencing, the seemingly insurmountable mountains and endless valleys.

Divorce Support and Advice for Emotions During Divorce
Are you going through a divorce and looking for divorce support and advice? It is common during this time to feel a wide range of emotions. You will feel anger, regret, depression, loss and guilt. Add to all you are feeling the conflict that can accompany divorce process and you may be feeling overwhelmed and at your wits end.

Is Your High Conflict Divorce Causing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder?
The definition of post traumatic stress disorder been re-defined to include exposure to prolonged exposure to stressful events that cause extreme emotional distress. It only makes sense then that those involved in a high conflict divorce are also in danger of developing the symptoms of PTSD.

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