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Tips can help with reducing stress during divorce process

The process of getting divorced can no doubt affect you both financially and emotionally. For this reason, it is not uncommon to experience increased stress levels during the divorce process. Here are a couple of tips for reducing stress when going through divorce in Virginia.

First, developing soothing routines can be helpful for maintaining a divorcing individual’s physical and mental health. These routines may include getting occasional massages or even grooming one’s eyebrows. They could even be as simple as taking multiple deep breaths when one needs to relax.

Second, it can be helpful to stay active while going through a divorce. The reason for this is that energy-giving hormones are released when people feel stressed. This is why stressed-out individuals often feel jittery. However, going on walks, dancing, exercising and even punching pillows can help these individuals to manage this excess energy. In addition, exercise produces endorphins, or brain chemicals, that enhance a person’s mood and overall sense of well-being.

Consulting an attorney right away is another important step for reducing stress during the divorce process. An attorney in Virginia can provide the guidance needed to tackle complex divorce matters, such as alimony or the splitting of marital property — ranging from real estate to valuable paintings. Likewise, a divorce can offer direction when it comes to child custody or child support. The attorney’s main goal is to help his or her client to achieve a fair settlement with the other party while keeping the client’s best interests first.

J. Emmette Pilgreen IV
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