It isn't uncommon to have difficulty moving on after deciding to get a divorce. It is a simple fact in life that some will have trouble with the initial adjustment. Fortunately, there are a few things that Florida residents can do to help deal with the emotional impact of a divorce and learn to move on to bigger and better things.
First off, it may help to figure out exactly what is going on emotionally. Are you doing everything you can to find out any piece of information -- no matter how small -- about your ex? Do you go out of your way to drive by his or her house to see if there is another car there?
If that or similar acts ring true, try to figure out the reasons behind the actions. Sometimes speaking with a close friend or family member may help take the edge off. It is typically better to have a confidant to share these feelings with rather than leaving them bottled up, only to surface later.
The next course of action may be a hard one: let go and move on. It probably won't happen overnight, especially if you continue to see your ex-spouse on a regular basis because of your children, divorce proceedings or because you both live in the same town. Regardless, letting go of the past will enable you to move on. The future that is before you is full of possibilities just waiting for you to open the door.
Divorce is typically difficult for everyone, as many Florida residents surely know. But sitting around to dwell on the past is often not the best approach. Taking the time to heal emotional wounds is healthy, but those that focus on what they want from life going forward may find that they bounce back quicker and with renewed energy for what awaits them.