Divorce can trigger all sorts of unsettling, uncomfortable and frightening feelings, thoughts and emotions, including grief, loneliness, depression, despair, guilt, frustration, anxiety, anger, and devastation, to name a few.
There is frequently sadness and grief at the thought of the end of a significant relationship.
Add in the volatile emotions that are frequently associated with divorce and you have a difficult situation indeed.
In this section, we will talk about practical ways that divorcing people can cope with and make the best of their stressful circumstances.
Any and all of these emotions are enough to make people miserable, and to find them wanting to cry at 3am in the morning.