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How to move on after divorce

Your lawyer has led you through one of the toughest choices in your life -- divorce. Good or bad, things are wrapping up and you are moving forward. Now what? While the legal process may be done, the emotions may linger for quite a while. Thankfully, there are many ways to deal with these emotions. No matter how long a marriage lasted, it can be hard to bounce back from divorce. Fresh out of a split, it may feel like you will never recover, but as many divorced people can attest, most likely, you eventually will.

While there are many negative ways that one could deal with their emotions, there are definitely some concrete steps that an individual can take in order to move forward. 

One of the most important steps is to learn to love yourself. Take time to do things that make you happy. This will not only get your mind off of the relationship, but it will help you be a better you for any future relationships. While we're on the topic of future relationships -- consider putting off dating for a year to take time to reflect. That year will give you time to process exactly what happened in your last relationship and help you learn from it.

Finally, it's important to cut off communication with your ex-spouse. That may not always be possible, especially if you have children, but keeping yourself from stalking his Facebook or from searching her name on dating websites is a good idea. In the same breath, it's wise to stop talking about your ex. The more you discuss your past relationship and your spouse, the longer the feelings may linger.

Source: Your Tango, "Just Got Dumped? 5 Feel-Good Tips To Help Heal Your Broken Heart," Sandy Weiner

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