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Take care of yourself when you are divorcing

Divorce is a time of extreme stress for many people. You can't let the demands of the process overshadow your need to care for yourself. Letting basic self-care fall by the wayside is a bad example for your children, and it can lead to you making less than desirable decisions about things like child custody and property division.

You have to ensure that you are getting ample exercise when your marriage ends. This can help your mind to function properly while you are trying to make decisions. It can also help you learn to think positively because exercise releases endorphins. It also helps with the production of serotonin, which boosts your ability to feel calmer.

Make sure that you are giving your body the fuel it needs to function by eating healthy foods. You might end up having to get take out sometimes because of the added strain on the schedule that comes with a divorce. Try to avoid always turning to comfort foods when you get stressed out. Overeating can lead to weight gain and health issues.

Don't fall into the habit of feeling like you are incapable of love. Even if things between you and your ex are bitter, you have to leave your heart open for love. This can come from family members and your children. Even the love of close friends can be beneficial during this time.

Finally, make sure that you are getting enough sleep. Being sleep-deprived can lead to you making poor decisions. At a minimum, you should sleep five to six hour per night. This can help you keep your energy up, and it can also mean that you have better memory and creativity.

As you are working through the divorce, think carefully about all the decisions you have to make. This helps ensure that you are making the best decisions for your situation.

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