The New Year is almost here and, for many, it is time to start considering the resolutions they plan to make to improve their future. If you recently got divorced, you may have a lot more weighing on you than most others and even more to contemplate. However, while many often tend to fixate on resolutions related to health, dieting, and exercise, you may want to consider a different type of approach to your resolutions this year.
Starting the New Year Right
Ending a marriage is a big deal and, understandably, it will have a big impact on your mental health and worldview. Instead of resolving to shed a few pounds, we have some other suggestions for New Year’s resolutions.
Here are some resolutions for you to consider:
- Learn to forgive: Holding onto the anger you may feel for your former spouse can take a toll on you. Instead of clinging to it, forgive and let go of these negative emotions.
- Forget the past: Forgive and forget go hand-in-hand, so once you learn to forgive, resolve to forget.
- Practice self-care: Self-care is something you should regularly prioritize and practice, so make this one of your resolutions. Carving out time for yourself to do things that make you happy will have a major positive impact on your mental health.
- Try new things: If there is something you have always wanted to try, now is the time to go for it. Maybe you have never been on a solo trip and wished you could. Trying new things can be exciting and invigorating, so resolve to challenge yourself by going outside of your comfort zone.
- Ask for help: Divorce is complicated and it will be difficult to adjust to the changes you experience. If you are struggling, do not be afraid to ask for help. Reach out to those closest to you for the support you need.
Discuss the Details of Your Case with an Experienced Divorce Lawyer Today!
If you are ending your marriage, it is important to hire an experienced attorney to guide you through the process. At Barach Law Group LLC, our legal team is prepared to assist you with your divorce. With more than 20 years of experience on our side, you can rely on our ability to represent you and protect your interests.
Reach out to our law office today at 617-819-1805 to schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys to get started.