A divorce is not an easy thing, especially when you consider the perspective of more conservative cultures and communities. There is a lot of pressure to stay married regardless of how bad the marriage itself may be, so a lot of people never go through with the decision. Some people are strong enough to make the decision in a few days, months, and in some cases the idea of going through the divorce can come after years, sometimes decades.
The process of a divorce which involves getting papers signed, calling in your Indian divorce lawyers Melbourne and sorting everything out is not an easy one, in fact it is nothing short of a life altering experience. Once you’re married, you’re expected to stay married, and when that isn’t the case, you are heavily scrutinized, usually negatively. So, it is important that you transition out of this phase properly or else it might end up affecting your wellbeing even more.
Since we are raised to believe that divorce is a “sin,” we will feel guilty for a while after the divorce. In fact, you can feel it weighing your body down at times. You will feel all kinds of emotions ranging from sadness, anger, guilt and fear, this is why it is important that you find a counselor or therapist to help you through this period. You should also try to find a support group of other divorcees like you in order to bond and feel a sense of companionship. It is important to remember that you won’t feel better immediately after the divorce, it can take a while before you start feeling better. You’ll find your steps to be a little lighter, your smile a little wider and then slowly come to terms with all that happened so that you can then move forward to the next stage of your life.