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Manage your emotions for a better outcome during divorce

Posted by Jay Turnbach | Mar 10, 2020 | 0 Comments

The reality during a divorce is that you're probably upset in some way. You could be frustrated or guilty. You might feel tired or exhausted thinking about everything that you've been through and what you still need to do. It's normal to feel this way and to feel emotional about what's going on.

One thing to remember is that continuing to manage your emotions is essential throughout your divorce. Why? Doing so can really help you reach solutions to problems and make negotiating easier. Some things you need to do include:

  • Keeping a flexible way of thought and being willing to consider possible options.
  • Taking time to consider the reasoning behind why you're rejecting certain offers or suggestions. Are you legitimately worried about the outcome? Are you just acting out of spite? It's important to know and check your behavior accordingly.
  • Taking time for yourself, so you can think about things other than divorce and can come back with a clear head.
  • Be focused on the bigger picture. Your divorce will be finalized, and you want to be able to plan for the future you have in mind.

Uncontrolled emotions can slow down a divorce and make it much more difficult than it needs to be. This is sometimes a long process, and negotiating with a spouse you're estranged from can be hard. However, with the right help and support, you'll be able to get through this divorce and move on to the life that you want to have in the future. It just takes time to resolve this issue, and you'll be able to move forward.

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Jay Turnbach

Contact Me: 732-908-7630 EMAIL ME Practice Areas Family Law OCEAN COUNTY DIVORCE LAWYER Attorney Jay Turnbach, our Certified Matrimonial Law Attorney, holds a law degree from Rutgers School of Law in Newark, New Jersey, and a bachelor's degree in finance from Fairfield University in Con...

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