5. Focus on yourself.
Now is a time to heal and take care of you.
You have every right to be angry that the person you loved and trusted has betrayed you, but do not let it consume you. Don’t make this moment completely about them.
Instead, choose to refocus your thoughts on building your heart and life again without them.
Put your energy into activities and people who are positive and will support and keep your strong.
Get pampered, set some new goals, do that thing you always wanted to do, indulge yourself and do what makes you happy.
6. Choose to forgive, even if it doesn’t make sense.
The hardest part will be choosing to forgive them, even when you don’t want to, even when they don’t deserve it.
But forgiveness is about your healing, not theirs.
It’s part of the process to becoming whole again and letting go. It doesn’t mean you can forget what they did or that you should let them back in your life (if they come back with their tails between their legs!).
It, however, is the first step to being able to move forward.
7. Step forward with a plan.
Once the dust has settled a little and you can function a bit better daily, it will be time to make a practical plan. Because whilst you may feel like you are just existing right now, there will be a time when you thrive again.
You want to make sure there is as little stress in your life as possible when it comes to your living situation, finances, and children.
Talking to divorce lawyers or getting professional help will give you the strength and direction you will need.
When we have a plan, we feel a little more in control.
8. Don’t lose hope.
We can’t always choose what happens to us, but we can choose how to react.