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Overeating due to a difficult divorce

On Behalf of | Oct 22, 2020 | Divorce

The divorce process is challenging for multiple reasons and if you are struggling through a tough divorce, you are likely experiencing various hurdles in your personal and even professional life. Sometimes, people struggle with overeating due to divorce-related stress (and some people also have difficulty with an eating disorder, such as those who lose too much weight because they think that their appearance played a role in the end of their marriage).

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states that 782,038 couples got divorced in 2018. Unfortunately, some likely struggle with overeating, which can give rise to other hardships, such as health problems, damage to self-esteem and financial complications.

Taking steps to address an eating disorder during divorce

If you find yourself eating an excessive amount of food, it is crucial to address unhealthy behavior. For example, if your eating habits are influenced by high levels of anxiety, take steps to reduce your stress levels. Moreover, some people benefit from reaching out to a counselor or a personal trainer for support, as well as friends and loved ones.

There is an abundance of information available online, but make sure you check a source’s reliability before following any advice. Moreover, making your divorce easier will likely help you eat healthier and feel better overall.

Taking a look at ways to simplify divorce and post-divorce issues

Whether you are worried about how the court will decide to split up marital property or you are struggling with issues related to child custody or child support months or years after your divorce is over, it is crucial to make these difficult problems easier. Some people can prepare themselves by reviewing relevant divorce laws and strategies such as modifying a child support or spousal support order also help many people in this position.

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