When bad things happen, and for most, divorce is a bad thing, it can trigger a number of emotions.
Depending on how you process what is happening, your happiness can return or, your emotions can get away with you and your emotional life can quickly get out of hand.
Let go of what you feel the outcome should be and learn to accept whatever might happen.
When you are living through a highly stressful situation any decisions or changes to your life should not be made until you have thought of all the consequences.
It's important for you to take responsibility for your own emotional well-being at this time of adversity and make sure that you nurture yourself emotionally, physically and spiritually.
If you follow the advice and steps listed below, not only can you survive your divorce you can also thrive afterward.
Take time to think things through and thoroughly weigh all your options.
When making decisions use logical thinking instead of emotional thinking to guide your decision making.
The biggest favor you can do yourself is to learn how to relax, let go of the stress and just let the "chips fall." Focus more on keeping yourself active, healthy and moving forward instead of staying stuck in a negative space.
All it takes is being willing to be good to yourself.