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You said I do, you did it, and now you’re done. Now it’s time to live your life again. But how? You’ve come to the right place my friend, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve conducted research, used our own experiences, and now we want to share them with you. We want to make sure you know that you’re not alone and that this too shall pass. So here are our 8 steps toward living your best life after divorce:
- Feel the pain
You’ve got to feel it to heal it. This is the first step in any traumatic event. And yes, divorce is traumatic.
- Let it go
Accept what your feeling as if It’s perfectly normal to feel that way. You’re only human after all. And then let it go as if you were letting a balloon drift off into the clouds. Give it to the universe, you’ll get back what you deserve.
- Shift your perspective
This isn’t just the end, but a new beginning. Think of it as a new life for you. This is your time to do whatever you want however you want.
- Step out of your comfort zone
Magic doesn’t happen inside our comfort zones it happens as soon as we step outside of them. Sometimes the unknown is scary. But what’s more scary – not knowing what you’re getting yourself into or wondering what could have been?
- Find new adventures
Go to the airport and buy a plane ticket to a random place, try going to a singles resort, or if you’re not that kind of dare devil try going to a new restaurant instead of the same one you and your spouse always went to. You never know you might meet the next person you’ll fall in love with. Explore the world – it’s all yours now.
- Discover you
Who are you without your previous significant other? Do you remember that person? Find them again, bring them to the light. Maybe you want to be a different person now, search for that person. Do whatever you need to do to be the best version of yourself you can be.
- Find stability
It’s hard to find stability in a life after divorce. But it’s a crucial step toward a better life. Getting up every morning, eating a healthy breakfast, getting some sunshine in, finding the right routine, and keeping yourself busy are mindful things that will help you add some stability to your daily life.
- Applaud yourself
You’ve worked really hard post divorce to stay mentally sane. If no one has told you that they are proud of you yet. Tell yourself! You’re your biggest advocate. Give yourself a pat on the back for all your hard work, take yourself out on a date, spoil yourself.