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From Griffith, Young & Lass

‘The outcome of your family law case can—and probably will—change your life. You deserve an attorney you can rely on to fight for your rights in the courtroom and support you emotionally. At Griffith, Young & Lass, we take a uniquely client-centered approach to family law. From divorce, to mediation, to child custody and beyond, you can trust our Carlsbad family lawyers to provide you with competent, results-oriented representation uniquely tailored to your needs and circumstances. We’ll be there with you through every step of your case, so you never feel lost or alone. For us, no client is “just another case.” Retake control of your life and case—contact our office today and arrange a consultation with our team.’

How to Cope with Divorce Stress by Family Attorneys

Divorce stress is well documented and can affect people in different ways. Whether you are the initiator of the divorce or you received a notice from your spouse out of the blue, you are likely feeling at least some degree of stress.

These feelings, which can turn severe in some cases, can affect you mentally and physiologically.

If you are experiencing shallow breathing, insomnia, lack of appetite, and weight loss, just know that you are not alone. Millions of people just like you endure divorce every year, and right now you are experiencing dire stress from that situation.
However, there are ways you can manage your feelings so that your divorce isn’t so hard on your mind and body. Calming yourself down and easing your mind about the future is also important for any children you and your spouse share.

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