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Emotional and practical tolls during divorce need to be balanced

Major life changes come with a divorce, so it's imperative that you prepare for these when you know that a split is coming. Some of the changes that come when a marriage ends are for practical reasons, such as one person moving out of the marital home. This can be a costly endeavor because you may have to rent a place, which means paying deposits and related costs. You also need to think about paying for the utilities to be connected.

There are some other factors that you must think about when you're going through this situation. One of these is the emotional toll that comes with a split of this magnitude. More than likely, you and your spouse had a strong bond at one point. It can deteriorate over time, but the reality of it being completely gone might hit you harder than what you think it should.

Another issue that you may face is having to restructure friendships. The ones that you counted on during the marriage might fade or abruptly stop. Some people might find it awkward to still have relationships with both people after a divorce, so they may just leave both people alone.

You may also come to realize that you're struggling with emotions that are tied to sudden change. This might include anxiety or depression. Seeking out mental health help might be in order, but you can't neglect the legal aspect of the divorce. It's easy to get so lost in your emotions that you don't take the time to plan for things like property division. Unfortunately, divorce is a time when you'll have to learn to balance the practical aspects of the split with the emotional ones.

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