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How to remove emotion from a divorce

There are numerous ways divorce can affect all parties involved both emotionally and physically. A marital separation can lead to a drastic change in weight in addition to increased feelings of anxiety and depression

Part of the reason why divorce is so tough is due to the fact there are so many emotions involved. There is a lot you need to anticipate during a divorce, and you should be ready for a lot of emotional ups and downs. Anyone going through this tumultuous time should let go of certain emotions to make the process easier. It will make the separation go by faster, and you will be more likely to get through this time alright. 

Remove toxic anger from life

It is natural to feel angry during this time, but you want to avoid staying angry. This means letting go of toxic anger, which can lead a person to make foolish decisions, such as dragging out the court process because one is unable to agree on anything. For one couple, it may make sense to sell the house and divide the money, but one spouse drags out the process because he or she wants to hang onto the house out of spite. This is not healthy, and it does not help anyone. It is important to gain perspective during this time. 

Do not play the victim

In the event the other person initiated the divorce, it may feel easy to play the role of the victim. Everyone should know that they are better than that, and divorce is not a sign that anyone is a failure. It merely shows the relationship no longer works, and it will work in both people's best interest to move on. Bad things can occur to good people all the time, and during this time, it is critical to surround yourself with a support network. 

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