The New Year is almost here, and it is often a time for reflection, which is why January is the most popular month for initiating divorce. Now is the time for you to examine your situation and ask yourself if you are living the life you want, or if you should consider making some major changes.
Transitioning Into the New Year
Many people resolve to give up bad habits and improve themselves at the start of the New Year and, for those who feel like they are in a marriage that is unfulfilling or beyond repair, self-improvement may also include a ending a relationship.
Here are some resolutions that can help as you go through this transitional phase of your life:
- Self-care is necessary: If self-care is not already something you are prioritizing, be sure to include it in this year’s resolutions. Focus on your physical and emotional well-being by maintaining a healthy diet, getting plenty of rest, and exercising regularly. The better you take care of yourself, the easier it will be to weather a storm.
- Choose how you invest your time and energy wisely: Divorce can take a heavy emotional toll, so be intentional with yourself and avoid wearing yourself out during this difficult time. Being smart about how you spend your time and energy will make your life easier now and in the future.
- Take baby steps toward your goals: Divorce is a major step in itself that should never be started without serious consideration, so you do not need to rush. Instead of pressuring yourself to do a complete overhaul of your life, set realistic expectations and take your time. Taking smaller steps toward your goals will make them seem less intimidating and, ultimately, more achievable. Divorce may not resolve the problems you perceive.
If you are ready to make big changes to ensure you are living your best life, consult with an experienced attorney to get started on the right path.
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