How to Reduce Stress During a Divorce

Going through a divorce is one of the most stressful events that can occur in your life. You may feel as though a relationship that was once a foundation for your life is now shaken and broken. The stress of divorce can pour into other areas of your life such as friendships, family relationships, and your career. While there is no avoiding the stress of a split, there are some things that you can to do help reduce the tension during your divorce.

Exercise, Exercise, Exercise!

A common reaction to divorce is to remain isolated. However, the best thing to do is to get outside and get your heart rate up. According to many studies, exercise can help your brain to cope better with stress. Having a more active lifestyle reduces stress hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol. It also stimulates the production of endorphins and chemicals in the brain that act as painkillers and mood elevators. While it may be difficult to get going, it is incredibly beneficial to start moving when you get stressed.

Get a Coloring Book

While it may seem juvenile, coloring may offer the same benefits of meditation. It is a perfect option for individuals who have a hard time focusing on relaxation. Being locked into a soothing activity like coloring can help conquer stress and have long lasting relaxation effects. There are complicated and detailed adult coloring books on the market today that are a great fit for someone looking to relax doing something creative.

Approach Your Divorce Differently

It is a common misconception that you must go through the court system in order to get a divorce. Mediation is growing as the preferred method of getting a divorce. When you hire a mediator in lieu of lawyer, you create a low-conflict environment to work through the details of your divorce. A neutral third-party can walk you through the process without you ever having to step foot inside the courtroom. Mediation is a much less expensive option compared to litigation. The less money you spend, the less financial stress you will have.

Asha Rani

Asha is a Certified and Approved Family Mediator, she did her Certificate of Completeness with National Family Mediation and is qualified to undertake Mediation Information and Assessment Meetings "MIAMS".

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