Healing takes time and patience after going through a divorce.

Healing takes time
Healing takes time after going through a divorce

Healing takes time

Begin the healing process. Most of all take time with a few friends old or new to enjoy the finer things in life. Let your lawyers get on with the job of protecting your assets and lifestyle because that’s what they are trained to do. Let Divorce Your Ring ease the pain of letting go of the rings that “bind you together” and sell your loose diamonds, engagement ring and fine jewelry on consignment. It is time to  build a new life with your family and friends in addition to healing the wounds of divorce .

Top Ten Don’ts for Divorce Recovery

1. Don’t ask for help and try to do it all alone

2. Don’t talk about your grief/feelings          

3. Count on others to tell you what you need (don’t be in your own power)

4. Stick your head in the sand and hope it will go away

5. Pretend you’re fine or try to hold it all together

6. Be upset with yourself for “still” feeling bad, sad, scared or angry

7. Try to push your “negative emotions” away and be only in better feeling emotions

8. Don’t accept your new reality and move on

9.  Don’t trust that things will work out          

10. Be a perfectionist and think you mustn’t make any errors                                

Top Ten Do’s for Divorce Recovery

1. Ask for help & let help in

2. Talk about your grief with others

3. Get as much information as you can about the divorce process

4. Face each obstacle as it arises

5. Let others know when you’re not feeling well  

6. Allow your feelings to come to the surface      

7. Allow yourself to feel whatever you feel   

8. Accept your new reality and move on when it’s appropriate to move on  (this doesn’t mean you have to like it!)

9. Have trust/faith that things will work out

10. Be willing to make mistakes (mistakes are going to happen no matter how well prepared you are – it’s just part of the process