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Navigating the holidays while going through the divorce process

With the holiday season quickly approaching, it can be easy to become overwhelmed and stressed out trying to plan. However, families who are going through the divorce process or those who have finalized the process already may feel extra stress that other families do not. By following a few tips, separating -- or separated -- Colorado couples may find that added stress easier to handle.

Preparation is key when trying to navigate the holiday season. Not only should a separated individual plan the typical holiday preparations, but also the person should take time to prepare emotionally for how the holidays may be different in light of the divorce. This includes realizing that some days will be easier to handle than others, but emotional preparation can make handling the rough days a much less daunting task.

For those currently undergoing the divorce process or if the separation was recently finalized, the budget may be tighter this holiday season than it was last year. Shopping online may help to limit the bills this year, but that is not to say that an individual should stay locked up inside the house. Interacting with family and friends may be just what one needs to relieve stress.

Navigating the added stress of the divorce process during the holiday season can seem like a daunting task, but it is crucial to remember that an individual does not have to do it alone. In addition to supportive friends and family members, Colorado family law attorneys are also available during these difficult times. These professionals can provide separating spouses with invaluable advice in all aspects of the divorce process.

Source: The Huffington Post, "You Can Survive the Holidays During Your Divorce", Honoree Corder, Nov. 24, 2014

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