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Listening to Yourself: During Divorce or Any Other Time, Be Your Own Best Adviser

Going through a divorce, you usually do best if you have a team to help you get through the process. Possible members of that team might be your attorney, your accountant, your friends, your family and even your coach and/or your therapist.  Ideally, every one of these people has an expertise and plays an important role informing you and helping you. It is important to listen to your team members. However, in the end, the most important member of your team for you to listen to is you. After all, it is your life you are putting back together. Your sense of your best interests is paramount.

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A Simple Exercise to Help Divorced Women “Float In the Quicksand” of Their Busy Lives

Your mind is racing. You have so much to think about and too much to do.  Pressures and stresses abound.  You have read about ways to manage stress and relax.  It’s all sounds good.  You may have tried some suggestions such as taking a yoga class or practicing meditation when you have had a little free time.  However, when you’ve been pressed, you have not tried to add anything extra to your schedule.  These days, you just don’t feel you have enough time to do what you have to do to keep life going.  Suggestions that you owe it to yourself to take time to relax may actually annoy you. You may think, “Give me a break, I am doing the best I can!”


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