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Woolley & Co Look to Minimise Stress in Divorce
oolley & Co, the family law specialists, are offering some tips to help you stay on top of things and avoid the all encompassing effects of divorce related stress.
Experts agree that very few things in life are as traumatic and emotionally draining as a divorce but the best thing one can do is learn to relax and to accept the changes that they are going through, keeping their wellbeing up to scratch.
Andrew Woolley, senior partner at the virtual law firm, said “Often it becomes very easy to find yourself feeling panicked and out of control when going through a divorce, especially if it was not expected. It is important to tackle the tangle of emotions one at a time, and avoid doing too many things at once. Writing things down or just chatting with a friend or relative may help to lighten the load.”
Another essential part of the process is to choose a divorce lawyer that can provide the support and guidance you need without legal jargon and slow responses.
Mr Woolley added, “At Woolley & Co, we recognise the crucial role we play in providing support for our many clients in this difficult period in their lives. Using our experience in the field of divorce and legal separation, we can provide a service that will help to make the process as simple, quick and hassle-free as we can. But our help on the legal aspects of divorce often needs to be supplemented with emotional support, which may come from friends and family or from counselling professionals.”
Another point to keep in mind is that your mood and energy-levels can be affected by health, and so while you may reach for comfort foods and drinks, an over-indulgence of these can soon make you feel even worse. Keep a diet of fresh vegetables and fruit, with meals rich in antioxidants. Teaming this healthy diet with the occasional treat, you will keep your mood and immune system strong.
Small simple pleasures can also help to make your mind off the divorce process. A walk in the park, a long soak in the bath or even just a film while tucked up in bed can ease the high levels of anxiety that can develop in highly stressful times.
Mr Woolley added, “None of these tips are the antidote to the stress and emotional turmoil that often accompanies divorce, but by keeping these in mind, and leaving the technical aspects to the professionals like Woolley & Co, you can be sure that you can face the process at your best.”
About Woolley & Co. Solicitors: Woolley & Co. Solicitors are family law specialists, operating throughout the UK. Their web site, http://www.family-
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