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You are divorced and you feel sad, frighten and lost?
Divorce and depression unfortunately are going hand to hand.
With an increasing number of couples getting divorced each year, depression is becoming more and more common and is considered as one of the most traumatic and stressful experience in a person’s life, and for some men and women, none is more stressful than a divorce.
At the end of your relationship, you are faced with difficult changes in your life, and it is normal to feel sad and even miserable.
You may feel as if you’ll never love anyone the way that you loved your husband and wife…
The sense of loss can be comparable to the pain of losing a loved one. In fact, it is the death of your marriage.
But sometimes these feelings can progress to something more serious: depression.
You can be so destabilizing that you feels with no energy and no desire to do anything…
Hopelessness, anxiety and inappropriate guilt can lead to a loss of interest in formerly interesting things.
Changes in sleep patterns with tiredness, loss or increase of appetite, weight loss or gain, irritable, crying, lack of energy and sometimes thoughts of death are the main characteristics of depression after being divorced.
Divorce can be tough, but there are things you can do to help yourself start to feel better!
Transformations will not happen overnight, so be patient with yourself and above all realize that it is possible to move on with your life!!
Whether you are feeling low or have been diagnosed with symptoms of depression, these tips can help you!
Read more on Psychcentral.com
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