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What are some of the things you do for yourself to get through a divorce?




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      Vikki Hall wrote Sep 19, 2010
    • I was in my 20’s when I divorced my 1st hubz and I don’t reccomend doing what I did then (not eating, sleeping and partying all the time)

      What I did when my 2nd hubz and I seperated (we are together now and stronger than beforeheart) was I did things for me. Massage, facials, pedi’s and mani’s were treats for me that helped me feel good about myself. I also read books that I normally didn’t before. I tried out cooking and wine tasting. I also took up meditating. My health journey actually started then without me being aware of doing that. But focusing on your well being and health is a good thing to do during this time.
      I also took a good look at ME and what was I doing to have a repeat problem relationship. That was probably the hardest part but I am better for it now.




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      Momofthreeprincess wrote Sep 19, 2010
    • I focused on the out come and leaned on those that cared.  It was a hard road but I knew that the end would be better than staying in a loveless abusive marriage.  My family supported me and always were there if I had to talk to them.  My friends were supportive too.  When I would start to feel down they reminded me that I was better off getting out than staying.  I have to say that my oldest was the one that was the most supportive.  She knew how miserable I was in the marriage.




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