Going through a divorce is difficult, even if you remain friendly with your soon to be ex-spouse. But, there are some things you can do to help you cope with the range of emotions that accompany ending a marriage. When you focus on reaching a finalization of your case and moving forward with your life, you might be surprised at how well-adjusted you become. While it can be hard to find places and information that is helpful, one unlikely source is becoming more popular: the word of celebrity divorce. In most cases when celebrities divorce, the media reports provide a quick lesson in what not to do. However, there are a pair of celebrity singers who are recently going through divorce, and the everyday person could learn a thing or two from these two songbirds.
By now it is no secret that Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert have called it quits, nor has it been kept under wraps that Blake’s co-star on The Voice, Gwen Stefani is ending her marriage to fellow songster Gavin Rossdale. Here are some takeaways from the divorces of these two superstars:
- Throwing yourself into your work, or a project you hold dear, can be a good distraction. When you take the time to focus on what you want to do and the direction you want your life to take, pretty soon the woes of going through a divorce take a backseat.
- Taking part in your job, including the people around you, will give you the chance to redefine who and what you want to be. This type of environment can be just the emotional boost you need to face the obstacles of divorce.
Other things that help people to cope with ending their marriage include taking part in counseling or therapy, leaning on friends and family, and taking up old hobbies that were left unattended during the marriage. Whatever method works best for you is the method you should implement into your daily routine. When you are able to shift your focus to things you enjoy, the mechanics of going through a divorce seem to cause less pain. If you are considering divorce, or have been served with divorce papers, call our office for help.
If you have questions about divorce, consult a qualified legal professional. Let us put our experience to work for you. Call The Sampair Group in Phoenix and the West Valley today to schedule your appointment.