Finding Your Post-Divorce Passion

For many, divorce spells the end of a way of life. Where there was once a cohesive family unit, there are now two separate people, with two separate lives and households. If children are involved, the parties begin their post-divorce life by exercising visitation and trying to find a way to share their kids. This can be emotionally damaging for a large part of the population, and the post-divorce life leaves a lot of people feeling unfulfilled.

However, divorce can be an opportunity to reinvent yourself, and to find your post-divorce passion. Getting there might be difficult, but with the right team on your side you can move forward with optimism. Your team should include close friends and family, as well as a family law attorney that looks out for your family’s best interests. Our approach is to provide aggressive representation, so you are satisfied with the outcome and are able to find what makes you happy.

For one woman, her post-divorce passion was found at the water’s edge. A New York Times article tells the story like this:

●          A New Yorker, on a reporting assignment after her divorce, discovered a love for surfing.

●          Five years later, the hobby has turned into a passion and a place to meet new friends.

●          The activity became a way of life, giving structure and purpose to what once felt like an empty void and loneliness.

Divorce can leave a person feeling empty and alone, and it can be hard to find something that brings joy. The key is to take the first step, and to try new things. Sometimes it takes a lot of trial and error, at a lot of different things, to find what fuels your fire. But, when you are able to focus on your needs, you can find an inner peace and strength you may have forgotten you had.

For more information about divorce, call us today. Let us put our experience to work for you. Call The Sampair Group in Phoenix and the West Valley today to schedule your appointment.