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Helpful Divorce Support Mantras

Comforting coffee and one of our helpful divorce support mantras ready for you to repeat when needed.

Browse this list of helpful divorce support mantras that you can focus on when you need some experienced words of wisdom.

Advice for divorcing women isn’t presented as easily as it does for married women. Often times at bridal showers, the attendees are given a card on which they write down their marriage advice for the bride-to-be. These tokens of wisdom are given with love. Unfortunately, there is typically no divorce shower during which you can be the recipient of helpful divorce support mantras from women who have the experience of what to do and what not do. For this reason, we have compiled some divorce advice for you from women who have gone through the process. Here are some quotes from women who have been where you are and things they want you to have in your mental arsenal:

“Don’t talk bad about the other parent in front of the children.”

“Give yourself time to heal before you enter another relationship.”

“Go live your life to the fullest.”

“This too shall pass.”

“Don’t share too much of what is happening on social media.”

“Focus on YOUR happiness.”

“Do not talk negatively about yourself.”

“Love your children more than you hate your ex.”

“Do not use your children to punish your ex.”

“Don’t make any major decisions for a year after your divorce.”

“Just keep putting one foot in front of the other.”

“Make time to reconnect with yourself.”

“Start your day with a prayer and end it with gratitude.”

“Make a list of things you enjoy doing and do them!”

“Look forward and speak positive words to yourself.”

“Spend time learning what you really want out of life.”

“Don’t settle for less than you deserve.”

Choose your favorites or most resonant helpful divorce support mantras and keep them foremost in your mind when you need them. Everyone will have lots of advice for you if you ask for it (sometimes even if you don’t ask for it). It is good to seek advice from those you trust, from those who have experience, and sometimes it is good to seek third-party advice from those who can provide non-emotional feedback to your question. The professionals at Divorce Squad are here to support you with their expert advice.

 

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