Every divorce is different, but they all have one thing in common: they’re emotionally draining. Unfortunately, many divorcees fail to realize this until they experience emotional burnout, but Hollingsworth Roberts Means, LLC is here to prevent that from happening. Today, we will discuss the importance of emotional support, and identify various ways to get the support you need.
Emotional Support During Divorce
Even though the relationship wasn’t healthy, you and your ex shared a lot. Now that you’re splitting up, there is an emotional vacuum where your spouse used to be, and it’s a difficult thing to deal with. However, now that you're focused on you, you can start to bring in healthy support systems to replace the one that was broken.
Healthy Forms of Emotional Support
Here is a list of good resources for emotional support during a divorce:
- Family members such as siblings, parents, and other relatives;
- Friends who are in an emotionally healthy place;
- Divorce care groups that meet regularly;
- Hobby groups like book clubs or bowling leagues;
- Intensive divorcee retreats;
- Counseling services;
- A trusted divorce attorney.
At Hollingsworth Roberts Means, LLC, we understand the emotional fallout of divorce, and we tailor our services to meet your legal needs in a way that considers you and your emotions. Our goal is to help you enter the next phase of your life emotionally prepared for what’s to come.
Call (888) 211-3888 now to set up an initial consultation with Hollingsworth Roberts Means, LLC.