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How to move on after a divorce

After going through a divorce in Florida or another state, it may be a good idea to talk with a therapist. Although friends and family members may offer advice, a professional will have the experience and knowledge needed to offer quality insight. It is also generally a good idea to socialize with friends, family members or others with whom an individual enjoys spending time. This may make it easier for people to put some emotional distance between themselves and their exes.

It is common for those who have ended a marriage to feel angry or resentful toward their former spouses. Exercising on a regular basis can help process or minimize those emotions and make it easier to live without as much stress. Forgiving a former spouse can also help a person let go of the stress or anger with which he or she is living.

The end of a marriage can result in a period of uncertainty in a person's life. However, it is generally better to embrace the unknown as opposed to living in fear of it. Eventually, an individual will begin to create a new routine and start to feel a new sense of normalcy in his or her life. In the meantime, people can benefit by finding a charitable cause or something else on which to focus their time and energy.

After a divorce, an individual may be entitled to alimony or a larger share of marital assets. This may help a person pay bills or otherwise maintain a comfortable lifestyle on his or her own. An attorney may help someone craft a favorable divorce settlement without the need to go to court. Legal counsel may also be able to look at a prenuptial agreement to determine if it can still be enforced in court.

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