Divorce is never easy and there are many contentious matters to settle. If children are involved, then both parents will be focused on protecting their well-being. On top of that there are also issues relating to finances, property and business that must be negotiated.
Perhaps your former spouse is coping better with the breakup, or at least it may appear that way. The divorce may not have been your decision or desire, which can make it significantly more difficult to deal with. Nonetheless, there are a number of methods that can help you to get back on track and view your divorce as the fresh start that it is.
Focus on the children
As stated previously, if you are a parent, the best interests of your children will be the top priority. If you are finding it difficult to adjust, then the same can be said for them. Many children go on to thrive after divorce and so too can their parents. With the commitment you already have, you can offer your children the support that they need. In fact, many parents find that after a separation, they are able to invest even more time in their children, because they are no longer having to tend to a broken relationship. With that being said, it is important not to neglect your own health. Staying fit and healthy through exercise, and seeking support when you need it, can ensure that you stay in optimal shape as a parent.
Let go of divorce guilt
It is only natural that parents feel guilty after a divorce, but it is important not to allow this to envelop you. In all likelihood, staying in a toxic relationship would have been more harmful in the long run, and it’s possible to explain this to your children in an age-appropriate manner.
Your family can still achieve every success after divorce, and so can you. As you adjust to life after a legal separation, remember that you have rights as a parent in Georgia.