Prioritizing Mental Health During Divorce

Apr 25, 2024

We talk a lot here about attorneys, child support, divorce court and settlements, but don't give enough attention to how divorce can affect mental health.

The mental well-being of you and your children is important, and like many people in the middle of divorce, you could be facing anxiety or depression. In order to combat the stresses of divorce, it's important to incorporate self-care and sometimes therapy as you go through the process. 

On this week's new episode of the Find Me The Money podcast, Dr. Ammara Khalid, a clinical psychologist, joins us to discuss how to prioritize your mental health during your divorce.

Even if you have the most amicable divorce, there are still issues like money, maintaining schedules for the children, and holding down a job that can cause extra stress. Those stressors combined with other negative factors like financial or romantic infidelity can really wreak havoc on your mental health.

Dr. Kalid helps us understand the importance of having a support system in place and how therapy could be the key to helping you recover from your break-up.

Tune in and hear how to start the process of therapy and get ready to move onward and upward after divorce.

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