4 Ways To 'Train Your Brain' For Divorce
Updated: Jul 26, 2022
Tallahassee's Best Divorce Attorney Max Factor wants to provide you with divorce help on #NationalTrainYourBrainDay. Property Division, Divorce, Separation, Child Custody, Alimony are just some of the tedious processes involved in divorce can cause a TON of stress.
Aside from seeking the help of a professional counselor, there are several at-home, quick tips you can implement during separation and divorce to help you get the best possible outcome in your situation.
Max Factor Law, Tallahassee's Premier Divorce Attorney, shares 4 Quick Tips to start retraining your brain to set you up for success during this stressful process:
Divorce Tip # 1 - Speak Wisely
Remember that now everything that is said about your spouse or ex can be used negatively against you in your divorce proceeding, or even in a court of law. Fight temptations to speak ill towards your spouse during the separation process, as the courts will look upon this in a good light, proving that you have self-control. If this is something you find hard to do, limit the people you speak about your ex to, to your very closest, most trusted friends, knowing that there is always the chance it could come back to 'haunt' you.
Divorce Tip # 2 - Get Organized
Keep track of important dates, time frames, and events. Divorce is going to require a lot of events happen by a specific time, and in a specific order. If organization isn't your strong suit, start setting reminders in your phone for dates that are important, or buy a planner that you keep with you during any related divorce or child custody proceedings.
Divorce Tip # 3 - Find An Outlet.
Stress will billow up and spill out messily into your personal life if you don't have a healthy outlet to relieve your stress. Whether it be a hobby, reading up on your situation through cases studies, implementing a new exercise routine, or just confiding in a confidant, we all need support.
Divorce Tip # 4 - Take A Deep Introspective Dive.
Typically in a divorce, there is a natural "reset" that occurs when a relationship is being dissolved. Perhaps taking some personality tests like the Myers-Briggs to discover what drives & motivates you, reading articles like this from the Harvard Medical Journal about the benefits of "Training Your Brain," and taking personal inventory of your life at this time of redirection will help you to train your brain for whatever lies ahead.
If you need help through the divorce process, Max Factor Law is Tallahassee's Best Divorce Attorney, and has been around this stressful situation for nearly three decades in the Big Bend Area. Max Factor, Personal Divorce Attorney, and his team are ready to help support you through your very own new beginning.
Max Factor, Attorney at Law, P.A. specializes in divorce law, family law, and insurance law and is based Tallahassee, FL. Max Factor can help with divorce matters, child custody, alimony, mediation, separation, property division, child support matters, high-net worth divorce, and storm damage claims. He is licensed in the state of Florida and Georgia. To learn more about Max and his team, visit maxfactorlaw.com/contact_us/ and send us your information - we are here to help.