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How do I get past loneliness after divorce?

There is a very serious problem associated with divorce that most divorce attorneys never actually address. This problem has nothing to do with the law, but it has everything to do with your emotions, your psychology and the way you feel about yourself. The problem relates to loneliness, and most people will encounter it after they have decided to pull the trigger on their divorce and put an end to their marriage. However, by following a few pieces of advice, divorcing Alberta spouses will have a better chance of dealing with their loneliness.

First, make sure to plan your schedule in advance and put lots of activities in it that you can look forward to. This will help you feel as if you have a light at the end of the tunnel in the event that you start to fall into the grips of lonely feelings. Second, get away from your house at least one time per day. Even if your excursion is only a walk around the block, getting out of the house has a way of making you feel a little bit better and changing your perspective on things. Not only that, but it will give you a better chance of bumping into people you know, meeting new people at a coffee shop or maybe striking up an interesting conversation that can help you take your mind off the difficulties of your divorce.

Finally, do not forget to plan some fun, which might involve starting a new hobby, going back to school, taking a fun class, completing charity work or starting that project that you always meant to complete. Whatever you do, do not suffer from loneliness and silence. Seek help from a mental health counselor, therapist or trusted friend if you need it.

Alberta residents who are considering divorce should remember that there is a lot more to separating from a spouse than legal proceedings. However, a good divorce lawyer can help you navigate the separation from your spouse peacefully, respectfully and cost-effectively.

Source: Lifestyle.one, "Divorce advice: How to be alone after your marriage ends - without feeling lonely," Kayleigh Dray and Sara Davison, accessed April 01, 2016

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