People often try coping with divorce on their own. They are embarrassed, ashamed or too prideful to reach out to others and ask for help. Coping with divorce is much more than surviving one more day; it is about accepting the situation, dealing with feelings and letting go of the past.
Forgiveness plays a major role and this includes forgiveness of yourself. It doesn’t happen overnight but practicing forgiveness will bless your life in many areas, not just when getting a divorce.
Life after divorce usually takes on a whole new feeling and meaning. Divorce isn’t the end, it is a new chapter, and even though most of us never thought divorce would happen, we have to accept it and move on. Life after divorce will be what you make of it and don’t settle for surviving when you can thrive. Take this time to rebuild your life and work on your issues through self-improvement and setting goals.
Check out these links for additional information:
Child Custody and CoParenting
Coping with a Divorce
Christian Divorce Books and Resources
Life After Divorce
Is God to Blame for My Divorce?
What the Bible Says About Divorce
Will Anyone Love Me Again after a Divorce