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Remember that your divorce will come to an end

There are many things you should remember after a divorce, from the fact that some marriages simply don't work out to remembering that therapy is a viable option. Here are a few tips for surviving the aftermath of a divorce.

Remember that not all marriages are built to last, and that doesn't mean you failed. Sometimes, people grow apart and change over time. Othertimes, no matter what you try, you simply can't get back on the same page. It's okay to admit defeat and move on. You deserve to be happy.

Another thing you should do is recognize what you've been able to accomplish. Yes, your old life has ended, but now you have moved past most of the hard work and are on the way to starting over in a life you get to decide on your own. Take time to look around and try new hobbies, engage with friends and family members and reflect on what you've been able to achieve.

If you haven't finalized your divorce yet, take a moment to look at everything you have been able to agree on or have put into a settlement. It takes work to get to a point where you're ready to finalize your divorce, and you've put in time and effort that has gotten you to where you are now.

If you are still part of a difficult or contentious divorce, you don't need to go through it alone. Instead of allowing your emotions to become too involved, consider negotiating through your attorney or working with a mediator to calm the tension.

Source: Paste, "Changing Lanes: 6 Things to Remember During a Divorce," Claire Volkman, Dec. 22, 2016

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