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Mantras for Coloradoans thinking about a divorce

On Behalf of | Jan 29, 2014 | Divorce

Colorado residents may think their life has ended after divorce. They might be suffering through poverty. One woman explains that she found herself homeless with less than $100 in a joint account after her divorce. Her husband had not been honest about their finances. She was left with little after the dissolution of marriage. No matter how bleak things get, there is always hope. These are a few simple mantras that can help you deal with divorce legal issues and emotions.

First, you must learn to ask for help. You are willing to help your friends during their times of need; they are also great resources. Learning to ask for assistance may make you feel ashamed. Even though it is a challenge, you will receive so much more than assistance. You will gain an appreciation for others’ generous spirits.

With that in mind, it helps to choose your support network wisely. Friends and family members who detract from your emotional health should be avoided. You need people around you who believe in you. Those people will help you begin to believe in yourself. If you start each day with self-confidence, you are more likely to achieve your post-divorce goals.

After a divorce, you may be thinking about achieving your goals. Be sure to set small, measurable goals instead of being discouraged about long-term outcomes. Try to set goals for doing laundry or even sending out resumes. Achieving these smaller goals will help you gain the confidence you need.

Divorce is rarely easy. Divorce legal issues can easily lead to high emotions. Clients who are struggling with divorce legal issues, such as spousal support or child custody, may benefit from consulting a qualified Colorado family attorney.

Source: Huffington Post, “5 Keys for Emotional Balance While Teetering on the Edge” Kristy Campbell, Jan. 24, 2014