Moving On During Your Divorce

Divorce can be an emotionally challenging and life-altering experience for anyone involved. However, it’s essential to remember that you can move forward and create a brighter future for yourself. In this blog, I will provide you with resources and guidance to help you navigate the difficult process of moving on during and after divorce. Remember, you’re not alone, and there is support available to help you rebuild your life.

Therapy and Counseling

Consider seeking the guidance of a therapist or counselor who specializes in divorce and can provide you with the necessary tools to cope with your emotions and move forward. Whether you opt for individual therapy, group therapy, or couples counseling (if appropriate), seeking professional help can be a valuable step toward healing and moving forward after divorce.

Self-Care and Well-being

Remember, healing and moving on is a unique journey for each individual. Take your time and prioritize self-care throughout this process.

Exercise and Nutrition: Maintaining a healthy lifestyle can positively impact your emotional well-being. Regular exercise and a balanced diet can help reduce stress and improve your overall mood.

Mindfulness and Meditation: Practices like mindfulness meditation can help you stay grounded and reduce anxiety. Consider trying apps like Headspace or Calm.

Rebuilding Your Social Life

Connect with Friends and Family: Lean on your support network of friends and family. They can provide emotional support and companionship during this challenging time.

Local Support Groups: Local support groups can offer you a safe space to share your feelings and experiences with others who are going through similar situations. Check with your local community or counseling centers for options near you.

Websites and Online Communities

DivorceCare: Provides information, support groups, and resources to help individuals heal from the impact of divorce.

Psychology Today – Divorce: Offers articles and advice on various aspects of divorce, including emotional well-being


  • The Divorce Ritual: Get up, Get out, and Get on With Your Life by Lois G. Tarter
  • Getting Past Your Breakup: How to Turn a Devastating Loss into the Best Thing That Ever Happened to You by Susan J Elliott
  • How to Survive the Loss of a Love by Peter McWilliams
  • Something Gained: 7 Shifts to Be Stronger, Smarter & Happier After Divorce by Deb Purdy
  • It’s OK That You’re Not OK: Meeting Grief and Loss in a Culture That Doesn’t Understand by Megan Devine
  • This Is Me Letting You Go by Heidi Priebe
  • Why Won’t You Apologize? Healing Big Betrayals and Everyday Hurts by Harriet Lerner, Ph.D.
  • Crazy Time: Surviving Divorce and Building a New Life, Third Edition by Abigail Trafford

While divorce is undoubtedly a difficult process, it’s also an opportunity for personal growth and a chance to create a better future. With the right support, resources, and a proactive mindset, you can move on and rebuild your life after divorce. Remember that healing after a divorce is a process that takes time. Be patient with yourself and allow yourself to heal at your own pace.

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