Where do you turn when you are contemplating divorce? What can you do? Who can you turn to? How can you go on living your life after being left by someone you thought you would spend your whole life with? Will the pain ever go away? Does anyone understand your pain or care about your feelings?
Such questions have answers, some of which are harder to receive than others, but there can be a light at the end of the tunnel, even if that tunnel seems endless and dark. Don’t think you’re alone. There are your loved ones and friends waiting to help you, as well as people who don’t know you but understand your pain and meet regularly to talk about solutions to help with recovering from divorce. And there are lots of solutions.
Plus, there are others who need you. If you have children, they need you. If you have younger siblings or friends who depend on you, they need you. And if you have employees or other subordinates, they are counting on you. How can you help them, when you are the one who is hurting? Read our divorce advice article to find out what you can do in the midst of your own divorce of one of a close friend or relative.