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08-30-2020, 02:39 PM
How to deal with divorce for children?

09-01-2020, 09:26 AM
Caution. You will find yourself flipping between relief and extreme sadness. The entire spectrum of feelings is normal, and they can fluctuate greatly over the next days, weeks and months. However, how to deal with divorce is a difficult question. It covers financial, emotional, friendship, and other consequences.

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I always find it helpful to find a good therapist (assuming you can afford it). Talking to someone who is not a relative or friend makes it a little easier to talk about difficult things without judgment.

Mainly taking care of you. Exercise, watch TV to temporarily distract you from heavier things, read a good book, comfort yourself with your favorite food, etc.

And maybe now is the time to adopt or raise an animal. Chances are, you feel lonely, and this will be beneficial for your loneliness and the loneliness of the animal.

12-16-2020, 02:30 AM
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01-13-2021, 05:31 AM
Actually, divorce is not the end of the day. You will be surprised how smart kids can be in moments like this. My sister visited the physiologist about this question. And of course, when she moved she had to turn to this site https://www.wisemove.co.nz/car-transportation . She found a fantastic service there. Would definitely use it again and recommend it.